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Basic Info

Brand Cartier
Ref. No. W10109T2
Code 16416
Movement Quartz
Case material Steel
Bracelet material Steel
Condition 2 (fine)
Gender Ladies' watch
Location United States, California, Beverly Hills
Price [SOLD]
Availability Available now


Movement Quartz
Movement/Caliber 690


Case material Steel
Case diameter 25 mm
Waterproof 3 ATM
Material bezel Steel
Glass Sapphire Glass
Dial Silver
Dial numerals Roman numerals


Bracelet material Steel
Bracelet color Steel
Clasp Fold clasp
Clasp material Steel


Cartier Model: W10109T2 is 21 Must De Cartier series Ladies style Wristwatch.
Stainless Steel Case,Gray Satin-finish Dial Color,Stainless Steel Watch Bracelet / Strap,Deployant Clasp in Stainless Steel, Cartier Logo,Swiss Quartz Movement,Caliber 690 Engine,Sapphire - Scratch Resistant Crystal,27.5mm Case Diameter by 6.0 mm Case thickness,Stainless Steel Bezel Material,Fixed Bezel Function and Stainless Steel engraved screw-down caseback make it excellent timepiece that will just reflect the sense of your style and your passion about life.

Cartier W10109T2 watch Functions are Hours, Minutes.
Water Resistance is 30m / 100ft (suitable for splashing, light rain; unsuitable for swimming or diving).
Additional Info:Circular grainded crown set with spinel cabochon,Blued-steel hands,7.0 inches Watch Bracelet Length.

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The Cartier name conjures up images of aspiration, wealth, royalty and the finest of jewelry manufacturing. Cartier's wristwatches are no exception. The Tank and Pasha are instantly recognizable the world over. The Cartier dynasty has its beginnings in 1847, in Paris, by Louis-Francois Cartier. Soon thereafter, Cartier was supplying the royal French court. In 1874 Louis-Francois's son Alfred took the reigns and helped to expand the venerable jeweler, adding watches to the distinguished catalog of finery. In 1899, the third generation Cartier, Louis, joined the enterprise. Cartier formed a joint venture with Edward Jaeger - the Jaeger in Jaeger-LeCoultre - to produce movements for Cartier. In addition, Cartier used the movements of other esteemed watch manufacturers including Vacheron Constantin, Audemars-Piguet, and Movado. Cartier continues to produce innovative and stylistic watches and enjoys great popularity around the world.