Cartier ID Two Concept Watch

Clockwork house Cartier introduces the ID Two Concept Watch, a mechanical wristwatch that features a transparent monobloc ceramic case, fiberglass springs and a 32-day power reserve. The watch is a follow up to 2009s Cartier ID One, the world’s first “lubricant free” watch.

Although the concept will never be put into production, it’s interesting to learn more about the automotive-industry-inspired-world’s-first-truly-energy-efficient timepiece . The revolutionary watch is sealed using vacuum pressure and without screws.

With it’s impressive specifics and fabolous looks, it would definitely be a watch that I would like to endorse (or be endorsed with). Dreaming is still allowed, so we dream away..

Source: Highsnobiety.com

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