Cartier Santos 100 Two-Tone Watch Review | aBlogtoWatch

Cartier Santos 100 Two-Tone Watch Review | aBlogtoWatch

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Ariel Adams reviews the Cartier Santos 100, here in a timelessly elegant two-tone version with a stainless steel case and 18k yellow gold bezel.

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Comments

Andrew Steel says:

$9000 for a movement you could probably find in a tissot. beautiful watch. the fit and finish aren’t that much better to justify that price. so it must be selling the name. don’t get me wrong Cartier is a great name but $9000 might be pushing it a little bit to ride on the name. noting also this model will most likely devalue quickly.

bonustraka says:

look like cheap chinese watch.

ryvr madduck says:

Wow, nine grand for an ETA machine. I don’t know……????

Eric L says:

shame on cartier!

TimeIsMoney says:

Great dress watch with unfortunately terrible legibility.

timothy teixeira says:

He actually is considered the father of the airplane, since his project didn’t needed to be pushed like the Wright Brothers.

Dorf says:

i love this watch. the most classy watch from Cartier along with Drive de Cartier.

MrPleers says:

Glad to see that is doesn’t have a date window.

RosenFiddlesYou says:

Cartier is so shit. They are all overpriced. Legibility sucks and looks to damn basic to a watch of this price. What the fuck are you paying for? I bit of gold and the name.

ditbot says:

To all those plebs complaining about the movement; there is more to the cost of a watch then just the god damn movement! Yes, in the case of Cartier you are paying for the name to a certain extent. But manufacturing highly technical and sophisticated dials, cases and even deployant clasps ads up. This whole in-house dick measuring competition is just a way to prove to the other guy in the office that your watch is ‘better’. In House does not always equal better, sometimes it means far worse.

SaleGosseMX says:

Why does Santos has a wrong roman 4? It should be IV… Just a design thing???

Stanislav Pavlov says:

At least when you’re reviewing a certain watch, you should wipe off your greasy fingers that are all over it! Hint: Looks disgusting!

Interstellar Lapis & the CCCP says:

I love the Santos! I hate to say it but if I’m gonna buy a box-shaped watch I prefer Cartier to any other brand including Jaeger Le Coultre or Patek Philippe. Nothing beats the Santos whether it’s steel, two tone, solid gold or on a leather strap. It just pops and it looks classic. The JLC Reverso is nice too in my opinion but it’s got a very Art Deco style to it that screams 1920’s. The Santos is more flexible in the sense that it’s got elements of the early 1900’s, the 1970’s as well as the modern age integrated into it’s design. I’d say Cartier is like the Alfa Romeo of the watch world… some people don’t find it to be luxurious but it has history and has made some absolute stunners in the past and present. 🙂

Arthur J says:

Lol people shitting on the watch obviously doesn’t know about the value of the story behind the vintage designs. Poor peasants, must be the same people buying screw top wines and feeling good about their wine pallets…

But then again, you don’t have to pay more than you can for a watch, just like you don’t have to flaunt your ignorance and mediocracy.

RobReports says:

That one is an ugly watch.

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