The Tank story takes an unexpected turn with the Tank Anglaise. This variation of the distinctive features of the Tank, recreates the perfect alignment of the original thanks to a winding mechanism seamlessly incorporated into the case. Featuring a concentrated form and reinforced lines, the streamlined design reinterprets the original model and gives it a new dimension.
Worn by Louis Cartier himself, the "Tank Louis Cartier" watch sets the standard for all Tank watches. To embody Louis Cartier's contribution to "modern style", later known as Art Deco, the tops of the lugs were rounded in contrast to the previously fashionable rectangular form and proud lines.
The Tank Américaine watch features an elongated case with a more pronounced curve than the original model. It playfully updates the geometry of the lines, retaining the rectangular form while alternating between round edges and angles.
The Tank Française has updated the legacy of the Tank wristwatch with a chain-link bracelet. The curved case, boldly set at the center of the bracelet to seamlessly mimic its lines, introduces a new Tank family that subscribes to the same modern design aesthetic.
With the Tank MC watch, Cartier's iconic design takes on a resolutely masculine edge.
The modest, modern design of the Tank Solo watch made it a classic from the moment it first appeared in the Tank collection. The Tank Solo honors the unique aesthetic that lies behind the collection's success, while reworking the model with a number of variations.