ID TWO CONCEPT WATCH

ID TWO CONCEPT WATCH

 
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CARTIER - ID TWO CONCEPT WATCH

Cartier revolutionizes mechanical watches with the Cartier ID Two concept watch

A high-efficiency watch equipped with a revolutionary movement which consumes 50% less energy and store 30% more energy than a comparable mechanical movement. This triumph of watchmaking is based on 3 essentials characteristics:

Challenge 1

Store maximum energy.
This energy is given by twin Duolevel barrels each equipped with two springs composed of fiberglass. This innovative conception allows to store 30% more energy.

Challenge 2

Maximize energy transmitted from the barrels to the oscillator.
Cartier presents a revolutionary gear train and escapement that transmits 25% more energy than its conventional counterparts.

Challenge 3

Minimize consumption of the oscillator.
Cartier invents the Airfree™ technology, which enables a vacuum inside the Caliber de Cartier Ceramyst™ case.
Evolving without air friction, the oscillator consumes 37% less energy.

Thanks to those breakthrough innovations, the Cartier ID Two concept watch, first free-adjustement and free-lubrication high efficiency watch, offers 32 days of power reserve in a standard-sized watch case and show the way for tomorrow's watchmaking.

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