This article is completely based on homesickness. Once again, I’m spending the summer with my in-laws in Spain. Of course, I had to make a watch selection for the trip, and I left my perfect fake Cartier Santos back in Amsterdam. I think it was the right thing to do as it’s very warm here in Spain, and without any quick adjustment, it would’ve just stayed in my watch roll all the time. However, I do think of it every once in a while, so when I saw that a Pre-Owned Spotlight article was coming up, I knew what the theme would be. And why not make a little more special by just focusing on best 1:1 replica Cartier CPCP watches?
By the way, it’s not like I’m not happy with what’s on my wrist instead of the Santos. I’ve been wearing my super clone Rolex Explorer ref. 114270 non-stop, and to be honest, I couldn’t have wished for a better watch. This watch just does it all — the sea, lakes, pools, playgrounds…you name it! But sometimes it’s nice to just doze off and dream about some exceptional Swiss movement replica Cartier masterpieces that’ll probably never make it into my collection. The first one is a watch I tried on about a month ago when I met Farid, owner and founder of WatchWorks Haarlem.
Cartier Tank Obus CPCP
He had some 18mm leather straps on sale, and I was looking for a few new options for my Breguet Classique. That’s why I visited him in his peculiar and beautiful office inside a renovated jail. Before he showed me the straps, we talked about high end copy watches a bit. I brought a few of my watches as well, and Farid also showed me a few watches he currently has for sale. One of them was this high quality replica Cartier Tank Obus from the Collection Privée Cartier Paris. I had just seen another Tank Obus at a recent get-together, but this one was special.
Its 27mm × 27mm yellow gold case fits my wrist perfectly, but the guilloché dial is the thing that truly captivated me. When you search for the cheap fake Cartier Tank Obus online, you can definitely find some examples, but many don’t have a guilloché finish on the dial. If they do, the word “Mecanique” is often printed at 6 o’clock. This one is so clean, and it looks great on that dark blue leather strap. It matches perfectly with the blue cabochon in the crown. And its shape, in turn, matches very well with those characteristic mortar-shell lugs from which the top quality copy Cartier Tank Obus (“shell” in French) gets its name. This watch is for sale here for €14,950.