Initially created in 1985 the Pasha de Cartier is an extraordinary design that has captured the imagination of generations. Re-launched and subtly re-worked the new collection reflects a fresh generation, pushing the boundaries and inspiring wearers to do the same.
The Pasha de Cartier is an unforgettable wristwatch. It’s an extrovert and unisex watch that makes a statement with its distinctive look. The unique dial features a square inside a circle, inspiring wearers to exercise new limits. Here we look at the new collection and how this timepiece defines a generation.
It has been a cult watch since its creation in 1985. At the time, its power caught the eye of the generations’ opinion leaders. Initially adopted by men; then immediately appropriated by women for the power it exudes.
With its distinctive codes and extraordinary design, now the Pasha watch is for those who think big. It encompasses a broad worldview which echoes a whole new generation of successful talent. Their success is reflected in new, unique and diverse creative projects being launched in 2020 that set them apart from previous generations.
The wristwatch reflects a community of personalities that positively favour a multidisciplinary approach, sharing open-mindedness and strong connections. Their ambitions are as bold as the Pasha de Cartier – an extroverted watch which steps outside the box of classic watchmaking, where nothing is off-limits.
The Pasha de Cartier sets itself apart, embracing an assertive graphic signature. A square filigree rail-track is found in the circle of its dial, immediately introducing a nonconformist watch that harmoniously brings opposites together. Four bold Arabic numerals ensure an ultra-contemporary, oversized appearance.
Its striking design challenges the predominance of round shapes in watchmaking and amplifies its presence, originality and singularity. The bracelet is accentuated by the clous de Paris whilst its chained crown ensures maximum visibility.
It’s a standout watch that loves light, assumes its excesses and asserts its strength of character. Faithful to the original, but made even more sophisticated the Pasha de Cartier watch for the 2020s is classic, yet contemporary and remains as edgy as ever.
One of the key design elements of the Pasha de Cartier watch is the chained crown. In its new version, Cartier has added increased refinement, equipping the winding crown, hidden under the fluted crown cover, with a blue spinel or sapphire. This division, and duplication, of blues, enhances the ergonomics of the winding crown and the preciousness of the watch.
With the Pasha watch, Cartier has also unveiled a new customisable engraving. Carved in the form of initials, the engraving appears under the crown cover, secret and undetectable, Indeed it is only revealed when the famous chained crown is unscrewed.
It features an innovative strap, in-keeping with the spirit of our time and allowing the wearer to adapt to new lifestyle and situations. In steel, gold or leather, all versions can in interchanged thanks to an adaptation of the Cartier developed Quick Switch system, which blends seamlessly into the architecture of the watch.
The sizing adjustment of the metal bracelet to the nearest link has been added to this cutting-edge technology. The SmartLink system, which has been registered for a patent, allows the bracelet length to be adjusted to the wearer without the use of a tool.
Equipped with a sapphire crystal case back that reveals its movement, the new Pasha de Cartier watch is endowed with the 1847 MC automatic calibre. This in-house movement goes further still in the quest for performance and reassurance thanks to its resistance to both magnetism and water.
The Pasha de Cartier watch is sophisticated in terms of watchmaking functions and design details, which combine to strengthen and maximise its ergonomic appeal.
Produced in steel, yellow gold, pink gold and set with diamonds, the collection includes many models, incorporating fine jewellery pieces and fine watchmaking creations with skeleton versions.
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