Cartier's newest, the Squelette Automatique has the familiar Cartier DNA with a new look. The "Squelette" part of the name refers to the skeleton movement. The other part should be self-explanatory. This watch showcases the new in-house 9621 MC movement (based on the brand’s 1904 MC in-house movement). The roman numerals are actually not a separate entity, but are part of the movement itself. The new Clé de Cartier Squelette Automatique will retail for €40,000 (~$44,000USD), with production limited to 165 pieces. Very briefly, it's a very nice watch that a very elite group will be happy (or should be) to own.
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