The Cartier Must 21 chronoscaph is a marvel of elegance and precision. It was created by Cartier, one of the best known brands of wristwatch in the world.
History of Cartier
From renowned French watchmaker Cartier, the Men’s Must 21 Chronoscaph Stainless Steel and Black Rubber Watch exhibits your unique sense of style. Featuring a patterned black dial with three subdials, luminous indices, and three hands, all framed by a stainless steel bezel with engraved Roman numeral indices, this luxurious chronograph is a perfect choice for important meetings and black tie events. Its band combines black rubber with stainless steel accents to add an athletic edge to your fashionable looks. Also offering a 38.5-millimeter stainless steel case, a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, and the precision of Cartier’s own Calibre 272 Swiss-quartz movement, this watch is water resistant to 330 feet.
Modern Cartier watchmakers still base their watch designs on the early fundamentals developed by Louis Cartier. Treasured by collectors, Cartier watches are distinguished by their impressive variety of shapes (round, square, oval, Tank, Tortue and Tonneau), by their exceptional materials and workmanship, and by their recognizable Cartier aesthetic, an elegant blend of classic and modern design.
And while it is known more for its luxurious design, Cartier is also credited with creating the highly functional deployment folding clasp in 1910, which is now used by watchmakers around the globe.