Among the countless existing Cartier best quality replica watch designs, the Santos collection presents a very bold look, but there are also a variety of options to choose from. The overall design of the Cartier Santos continues to evolve into numerous variations. Your santos can be steel, gold, platinum or two shades.
It can accommodate quartz, manual or self-winding movements. It comes with an all-metal bracelet, or a leather strap with a deployable clasp or a simple pin buckle… you can choose according to personal preference. Personally, I like the Cheap Cartier Replica tank cintrée the most.
The real santos is my second favorite La Maison model. So it happened that after trying out the fascinating tank cintrée and quickly realizing that I would have to wait a few years before I could afford it, I started looking at vintage santos watches with increasing interest as a replacement.
It has a beautiful gold case with different facets and edges. It is powered by a hand-wound ETA movement. The dial is very classic for Cartier high quality copy watches: white with black Roman numerals and rails.
The dial and caseback are Swiss signed, and there is a Paris signed variant. But what really worked for me was the oversized angular crown. I find it brings a contemporary feel to Santos, a style that typically comes with smaller, more intricately designed crowns.
This also helps to wind the movement, as the Cartier replica watches swiss movement itself is rather small and delicate by modern standards. The dark blue angular cabochon is absolutely beautiful and perfectly complements the blued steel hands.
So overall, this watch has a lot of details. I often find myself staring blankly at it, admiring the way the light bounces off the blue hands, or how it bounces off the plain white dial, or captures the thick lacquer print of the Roman numerals.
This Cartier best clone watches swiss is the queen of straps and it’s really fun to experiment with different combinations, whether sporty or more classic. At 24mm wide, which was the male size of a model at the time (women were about 21mm wide), it flew under the radar and was an elegant monster.
You do need some balls to shake this watch, though, especially if you’re used to 42mm steel dive watches and oversized chronographs with outrageous pushers. My Cartier Santos knockoff watches for men has an interesting and strange detail. The bottom cover is actually printed upside down.
Maybe a bug in limited production that went unnoticed during quality control? I wonder if there are other models with this special feature. It’s already a very rare watch, even more so with the oversized crown. So it would be a great find to find another product with an inverted caseback.