Cartier released the Cartier Caliber for the men that appreciate both a good design and the mechanical movements. The first Caliber was released in 2010 and targeted the men’s “sports” market. The mechanical movements were all made in-house. With this range of watches, Cartier has finally aligned to the competitors that offer timepieces entirely created in-house.
Cartier is notorious for its rectangular shaped case that has beautifully rounded corners. The company uses high grade steel for manufacturing it and it completes its elegant design by adding a beautiful brushed finish.
An integrated part of the case is the unique winding crown that is always decorated with a magnificent blue stone at the top. On this replica, the winding crown is poorly cloned.
Another important aspect to remember is that decent replica Cartiers should have a serial number. Look for it on the side or back of the watch. If it’s not there you can be sure you’re dealing with a low-quality reproduction and you need to forget about it.
The Black dial Caliber features navy blue hands. The markers and dial pattern look good too. The 6 o’clock tourbillon imitation does the job. The case is made from brushed stainless steel base and has a polished top. The crown features a blue diamond that is actually plastic, but it looks good.