Cartier TankAn icon reinvents itself
A design that continues to evolve
With the Tank Must, Cartier is starting a new chapter for two iconic watch models – the classic Tank and the unconventional Must from the 1970s. Rounded edges and an updated dial offer new proportions. The redesigned stainless-steel strap and latest high-performance quartz movement with around eight years of power reserve are stylish and durable. Particularly eye-catching: as an homage to the colourful watches of the 1980s, the Tank Must is available in three monochrome colour versions with a minimalistic dial.
Tank Louis Cartier The pioneer in clear lines playing with colours
In 1922, Louis Cartier subjected the Tank to a revision that is still considered to be the company’s design code. Now available in red and blue, the company’s colours, the model is more radiant and striking than ever before. And as a highlight, the changes by Louis Cartier have been emphasised in colour – with colourful tracks and gold dial numerals and bands, underlining the graphic design of the dial. Matching leather straps round out the new look. The Louis Cartier Tank is operated by the 1917 in-house hand-wound movement. An icon with a new look.