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WOTY2013: Rotonde de Cartier Mysterious Tourbillon


In November WatchPro unveiled its Watches of the Year 2013, made up of 10 winning timepieces and 90 highly commended watches that we felt boasted commercial appeal, innovation and had wowed consumers and retailers alike over the past 12 months.

Highly commended for the WatchPro Innovative Watch of the Year 2013 was the Cartier Rotonde de Cartier Mysterious Double Tourbillon.


Cartier has a history of making clocks with hands that appear to float free on the dial and in the latest evolution of the concept, the house unveiled its captivating platinum manual Rotonde de Cartier Mysterious Double Tourbillon earlier this year.

It’s a do-a-double-take kind of a watch thanks to the captivating double tourbillon at the front of the timepiece that appears to float in mid air.

The sapphire caseback of the watch provides a stunning view of part of its movement as well as chance to clock the fact that the 5mm thick calibre 9454 MC carries the coveted Poinçon de Genève.


To read a digital version of the WatchPro Watches of the Year 2013 edition click here.

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