From the early 2000s, the style has been discontinued, making it a classic, but this year, Cartier Panthere Replica Jewelry Replica has brought back the Panthère in all of its glory. Available in two dimensions and nine finish varieties, the watch comes with an octagonal sapphire crown, Roman numeral hours, a linked bracelet band, and, of course, these signature screws surrounding the dial.Cartier introduced the covetable timepiece to a crowd born following its infancy with a weekend-long bash at Indochine in New York City.Think luxury timepiece and the Cartier Panthère watch is sure to come to mind. The luxury jeweler has teamed up with Net-a-Porter to launch a modern re-edition of the iconic early-’80s watch, and supreme girl crush Georgia Fowler is fronting the campaign.The new Panthère collection features 12 watches left in yellow gold, rose gold, white gold, or stainless steel–with or without diamond bezels so that you may choose your level of glam. Additionally, there are two limited-edition models inspired by seen panthers–a pleasure remix on the traditional style.But don’t wait long: These timepieces will be accessible on net-a-porter. Com for a month only, from May 2 to May 31, with costs ranging from $4,000 to $123,000. Scroll through to find out more of this Cartier Panthère collection.
So what does all this have to do with all the Panthère? To be clear, the Panthère wasn’t part of the Must de Cartier Panthere Divine Watch Price Replica set, which is why it likely was such a hit with certain clientele. Furthermore, there weren’t that many fresh-to-market designs in the time, making the Panthère even more desirable. But what I believe is most interesting about the timing of the 1983 launch of the Panthère is that even though it seems like a simple ladies’ watch, it was rather a large release for Cartier throughout a period of increasingly affordable timepieces and must have been a fanatic collection for a heritage maison trying to recover its footing in the worldwide industry. It was initially launched in miniature, small, moderate, and large sizes, in two-tone and yellow-gold options (with a steel version introduced in 1991). The Panthère disappeared sometime in the early 2000s, leaving a hole in Cartier’s lineup — until now.The Panthère is a girls’ watch which appears to based on the original Santos, though Cartier does not communicate about the watch that way at all. It sports a comparable square case with a bezel secured by eight screws. It has a traditional flat white dial with elongated Roman numerals along with the secret “Cartier” signature at the “X” at 10 o’clock. The design is bold, controlled, and utilitarian all at the same time — without trying too hard. This is the key to its success and why it appeals to so many. The watch now comes in small (22mm) and medium (27mm) sizes, in rose gold, yellow gold, steel, and two-tone. There are a couple other versions, including a variant with black lacquered links, that start to move into top jewelry land too. With this review, I am focusing on the medium size in stainless steel, and that, to me, seems like the best daily-wear option.
If those comparisons look a little unusual and it doesn’t quite feel like anything is a direct competitor, that’s because nothing actually is. The steel Panthère has all the great Cartier style you can not really find anywhere else and, even if we’re being honest, most people who want a Cartier watch just want a Cartier watch. It’s the style, the brand, and also the background they’re buying, so likely nothing else will quite do.One of the main items to reflect on is the fact that the Panthère de Cartier in 1983 has been a high-luxury timepiece in comparison to the remainder of the market at that time. Fast forward to today, and the same exact watch has become almost mainstream in the same industry. Furthermore, what exactly the Panthère de Cartier will best is appeal to a particular set of buyers. These buyers are not watch nerds and they aren’t worried high-end moves. They may not even be interested in the majority of the usual-suspect ladies’ watches. I believe that is why I was so surprised that I loved wearing it so much. After years of whining about a lack of mechanical watches for women, I found myself back at the source using a 27mm quartz ladies’ watch and I loved it. I think that the major takeaway here is that the Panthère de Cartier re-affirms that great design and wearability are more than half the battle. This is something that Cartier comprehends and applies to all its goods. It’s a strategy that clearly works. I have always been a massive fan of Cartier and the Panthère de Cartier further solidifies that. And I am certain that I am not the only one.
To be clear (and similarly to Drive), this is not a unisex offering — something which Cartier normally excels at — such as the Tank (celebrating its 100th anniversary this year) or the Ballon Bleu that has a small but significant male after. Panthère is to be marketed and targeted just to women, irrespective of how small your XY-chromosome wrist could be.Firstly the name, and in Cartier land this huge cat requires no introduction, having been a muse of the maison because 1914. Interestingly, once the watch was first launched in 1983 it was temporarily referred to as the ‘Santos D’ (D for Demoiselle), using borrowed stylistics such as a square dial, visible screws on the bezel and incorporated lugs that blend into the bracelet strap out of the punchy big brother.Its re-naming as Panthère was, based on Cartier, on account of this supple articulated link bracelet mimicking the movement of a panther because it slinks through the jungle, which seems faintly ridiculous today. But the necklace in silver, gold or wrapped in diamonds is what this view is all about, defining it mostly as a piece of jewelry, that also tells the time.Back from the Eighties, Panthère was launched at a period when Cartier was keen to define and capture a new generation of younger client. Two years ago a similar call to action revolved round the jeweller. “It was obvious we had a strong manifesto for women,” says Arnaud Carrez, Cartier’s international communciations and marketing manager, “and rather than designing a new watch it made more sense to re-launch something that has the potential to become an icon all over again. The watch is bold and sophisticated,” Carrez goes on, “however womanly, yet importantly not girly. We see it as the ideal accessory, stacked with all our Love bangles or the Juste un Clou.”
After whining about how women’s watches are too little and insisting that 36mm might be the best size lookout for any girl, I, Cara Barrett, have rediscovered my love for small watches. I know, I understand, the hypocrisy of it all! Watches are no exception. So far as this new interest in smaller watches is concerned, there’s one offender to blame, which is the brand new Panthère de Cartier.Back in January, we saw Cartier Panthere 27mm Replica re-release its iconic (and I really mean that) Panthère de Cartier. This is a watch that has been first released during the Must de Cartier days as it was promoted to some glamorous 1980s clientele, and it has been a timeless every since. When I saw this new edition, I recognized the watch immediately and that I knew I had to get one on to my wrist for a review as rapidly as possible.Unlike the Tank, the Panthère isn’t a household name. First introduced in 1983 during the heyday of all opulence, the Panthère was commended for its sleek design, concealed clasp, and connected bracelet. It quickly became a huge hit among the who’s who, men and women alike, with celebrities such as Pierce Brosnan and Keith Richards amongst the noted wearers (I’ll never love the picture of Brosnan under). During a time when Studio 54 was the hottest nightclub in town and glamor was all, it is not surprising that this watch was a hit.
|Location||United Kingdom, Wilmslow|
|Price||£3,725 (= $5,228)|
|Case diameter||38.5 mm|
|Dial numerals||Roman numerals|
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Serviced by Cartier Inspired Panthere Ring Replica UK in July 2017: An excellent condition pre-owned stainless steel automatic movement 38.5mm case size Cartier Roadster (W62025V3) featuring the classic Cartier silver/white dial with black Roman numerals housing an external Cyclops date aperture at 3 O’clock on a full retail length stainless steel Cartier Roadster bracelet. This particular watch comes complete with a black canvas Cartier deployment strap, its Cartier box & all relevant paperwork being originally supplied as new on 9th May 2006.
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