Behind-the-Scenes: The Making Of The Cartier ID Two Concept Watch
Jul 31, 2012 12:31
Cartier's ID Two Concept Watch isa five year labor of love worked on by more than 135 specialized
engineers. Dubbed a “game changer” by many watch specialists, both the design and
energy efficiency make the latest from Cartier truly a modern marvel.
These photos shot at their manufacturer in La Chaux de Fonds highlight on the transparent ceramic casing that has been vacuum-sealed to reduce air-friction. The result is a timepiece that produces 30% more power and consumes only half as much as a traditional watch (32 day power reserve in a 42mm case).
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