The first Cartier Replica Watches shown mysteriously displays the hour and minutes with two hands that seem to float magically in space. The second focuses the attention on a mysterious double tourbillon whose floating cage performs a delicate and spellbinding dance.
The tourbillon of the 9454 MC Mysterious Double Tourbillon movement is making one full turn of the open, transparent space in 5 minutes, while the cage performs 5 complete revolutions in the same time. The Replica Watches US ingenious way of achieving such a result is to place a rack around the edge of this sapphire crystal disc, transforming it into a large gear wheel that performs one revolution every 5 minutes. For example, numerous calculations were needed to determine the speed of rotation of the different moving parts.
To optimise power consumption, the cage of the tourbillon performs one complete rotation in the space dedicated to it over 5 minutes – making it perform one turn per minute would have consumed 25 times as much energy. To improve the mechanical efficiency of this moving organ, the Best Cartier Replica Watches weight of its components had to be reduced to the minimum in order to limit the inertia of the rotating assembly comprising the disc and the titanium tourbillon cage.
The Rotonde de Cartier Mysterious Hours Fake Cartier Watches, with its fascinating balancing act, appears transparent to the last detail. But in truth, if this watch reveals the essential components of its manual-winding, individually numbered mechanical movement through the case-back, it only shows what Cartier is willing to let you see.
Rectangular, 8-day movement, gold-plated, Swiss lever escapement, bimetallic balance, Breguet balance spring. Hand-setting and winding mechanism underneath the base. They are mysterious because their platinum and diamond hands do not seem to be linked to any mechanical movement. In fact each hand of the clock is set on a flat disk of Cheapest Cartier Watches crystal with a hidden, toothed edge; the toothed disks are driven by two vertical racks hidden in the sides of the clock; these racks are themselves driven by the movement in the base.