Inspired by the shape of tortoise, Louis Cartier designed a model featuring a tortoise-shaped case in 1912, called the Cartier Tortue replica. In fact, nearly all the watches during that ages were round, so the groundbreaking design attracted lots of customers and then became a classic style.
The copy Cartier Tortue silver dial timepieces have the 18K pink gold case with 46 diamonds, which is water resistant to 30 meters/100 feet owing to the 8-sided crown set with a diamond. Beneath the sapphire crystal, the lacquered silver dial with sunray effect is enhanced with black Roman hour markers, and blued-steel hour and minute hands. To complete the instrument, there is a black fabric strap that is supple and stylish.
Equipped with quality movements with manual winding caliber 430 MC, the imitational Cartier Tortue pink gold case watches are precise, stable and durable. In addition, the movements can be seen through the transparent case back.