Cartier Ballon Bleu Tourbillon with a double jumping second time zone unveiled

Cartier’s Ballon Bleu mixes traditional watchmaking’s timelessness with the cutting edge of modernity to create a watch that will never go out of fashion. The latest in this incredible collection is the Ballon Bleu de Cartier Tourbillon with double jumping second-time zone watch. Expanding on the Ballon Bleu de Cartier flying tourbillon, the double-jumping second-time zone watch had been designed like a regulator, with its central minute hand and its two jumping hour counters, one for the local time and one for starting point time. With its transparency, the watch will pique the interest of any watch lover. The design is based on a pocket watch harking back to traditional watchmaking.

The signature Roman numerals and sapphire cabochon mark this piece as a Ballon Bleu. The case and crown are available in 18k white gold or 18k rose gold. The case back and crystal have been made using sapphire. The dial has a satin finish with an open grid-like sunray effect and black Arabic and Roman numerals. The strap is made of black alligator skin and has a double adjustable folding clasp. Stamped with the Geneva seal, the watch truly represents the laws of divine proportions.

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