Men's Watches

 
Ballon Bleu de Cartier

Ballon Bleu de Cartier

Designed in 2007, the sculptural Ballon Bleu de Cartier watch symbolizes limitless elegance by boldly distorting the codes of the Maison to make way for the blue bubble of the winding crown placed at 3 o’clock.

Tank

Tank

The iconic Tank watch was born in 1917 from a simple concept of four elements: two signature brancards in gold or platinum, a sapphire cabochon winding mechanism and a leather strap.

Drive de Cartier

Drive de Cartier

Designed in 2016, the Drive de Cartier watch has a style all it's own with a curved case, domed crystal and a sapphire dial. Discover the Drive de Cartier in pink gold.

Ronde de Cartier

Ronde de Cartier

A classic from the moment it first appeared in Cartier's designs, the Ronde de Cartier watch stands apart with it's contemporary rail-track minute circle and blue apple-shaped hands.

Santos de Cartier

Santos de Cartier

A bold, pioneering spirit. Reach new heights.

Calibre de Cartier

Calibre de Cartier

Contemporary and refined, the Calibre de Cartier watch reinterprets the round form in watchmaking with character and style. Equipped with the new Manufacture Cartier movement, the 1904 MC, this new timepiece is a combination of sporty masculinity and exceptional expertise.

Clé de Cartier

Clé de Cartier

Minimally elegant and mastering proportions with its soft curves, sleek lines and a rounded shape. Discover the Clé de Cartier watch collection for men.

Rotonde de Cartier

Rotonde de Cartier

With balanced proportions and pure dimensions, the rounded shape of the Rotonde de Cartier watch is an ideal showcase for the most sophisticated movements in fine watchmaking: a central chronograph, flying tourbillon and astrorégulateur.

Tortue

Tortue

Louis Cartier created a tortoise-inspired watch, the Tortue, in 1912. Its accented shape set it apart from the round watches of the time and is now one of the classics in the Maison's watchmaking repertoire.

Pasha de Cartier

Pasha de Cartier

A round wristwatch was introduced into the Cartier collection in 1943, and became the inspiration for the Pasha series. This unique timepiece exudes power and elegance through its construction, featuring: a round, water-resistant case, four Arabic numerals, a screw-down crown cap attached to the case by a small chain, and sword-shaped hands. The distinctive Pasha watch stands out, while at the same time, respects the Cartier watchmaking tradition.