Best Quality Replica Cartier Tank Must UK With Green Dial

The best Swiss fake Cartier Tank Must is replacing the Tank Solo. While, technically, this is the “entry-level” Tank, it doesn’t look it. Now more than ever the Tank Must resembles the look of the Tank Louis Cartier, which is great news for new Tank Must owners but less so for Tank Louis Cartier owners.

The Swiss made copy Cartier Tank Must also pays homage to the colored dials that played a significant role in further popularizing this collection in the 1980s. The reason for this is quite obvious: the color gets a solo slot on center stage. The only text on the dial is Cartier’s brand name and “Swiss Made” at the bottom. Even the traditional Roman numerals are absent, leaving it up to two elegant sword-style hands to tell the time.

This looks just as stunning today as it did back in the 1980s. While also available in blue and burgundy, it is the green dial that steals the show. Why? Because it is green and in fashion.
The Tank Must models with colored dials are available in just one size, 33.7 x 25.5 mm. This sounds small by today’s standards but suits all genders very nicely unless you happen to have truly large wrists.

An option that the new stainless steel case replica Cartier Tank Must offers that wasn’t available for the original is the stainless steel bracelet. While not delivered on one, it is an option for the models with colored dials. The bracelet gives the watch a contemporary touch that suits it very well while simultaneously making it a bit easier to blend in because it dilutes the bright color.

The big question is whether we should buy it. To answer this, you must (no pun intended) first determine how its quartz movement sits with you. If it doesn’t bother you, go for it. But if it does, remember that it is not unlikely for Cartier to launch a mechanical version of these watches in the years to come.

We saw this happen with the Santos-Dumont, and given the warm welcome that these colored Tank Must watches have received so far, it is not far-fetched to assume that the same could happen again.

It is also good to know that while high quality copy Cartier was not very straightforward during Watches and Wonders about whether these colorful Tank Must are part of a limited edition or not, it seems now that they will be – though the exact limitation number is yet to be set.
Quick Facts Cartier Tank Must Green
Case: 33.7 x 25.5 mm, stainless steel
Movement: unspecified quartz
Functions: hours, minutes
Limitation: yes, quantity as yet unknown
Price: €2,730

No New Watches: New UK Fake Cartiers are great, but how about a unique Cartier Cloche in platinum?

So what is this voluptuous wonder?

In 1996 Cartier replica did a bunch of stuff to celebrate its 150th anniversary. Most notably, Antiquorum hosted an auction, “The Magical Art of Cartier”, featuring some 600+ Cartier lots (check them all out here2, it’s wild). In conjunction with that, The House commissioned some timepieces, often with different dials to make them unique. Among those were a handful of luxury fake Cartier Cloches (“bell” in French) in platinum. Some of these timepieces were sold via the auction, while others were sold privately.

The example up for sale at Monaco was originally sold privately back in 1996. It’s about as classic as it gets for Cartier, with Roman numerals, an outer minute track, and Breguet hands. This particular watch is also featured in Patrizzi’s White-Cartier-Bianco, the tome that costs more than your average Cartier baby spoon.
If you look at The Magical Art of Cartier catalog, you’ll see two other luxury fake Cartier Cloches in platinum with unique dials. One has “Cartier Paris” scattered around the dial instead of numerals, and another has bold Roman numerals, but no minute track, setting it apart from the example for sale in Monaco.
Interestingly, both of these examples sold for about $36k at Antiquorum, and that was back in 1996. Monaco Legends places the estimate for this example at €50k-100k. Over the past couple of years, we’ve thought of The House as this undeniable rocketship, but if this lot lands in the middle of its estimate, that imputes a mere 2x return on these platinum Cloches across 25 years. Not exactly significant (more like results you’d expect from a “world-class” hedge fund). Instead of a rocketship, the Cartier market has been more like a roller coaster over the past generation or two.

One more significant Cloche from 1996. Of course, this one from the wrist of John Goldberger. Again, it’s a platinum Cartier Cloche copy with white dial, but this one’s got Arabic numerals. Goldberger explains that it’s one of two examples with this dial.