Last but not least, Cartier replica has expanded the popular Santos-Dumont collection. There’s a new supersized Santos-Dumont XL watch that measures a full 46.6mm by 33.9mm. And equipped with the manual winding 430 MC movement, the cheap fake Santos de Cartier watches come in three metals: pink gold with a cabochon sapphire crown on a gray alligator strap, pink gold and steel with a blue synthetic spinel crown on a black alligator strap, and sporty-looking steel with a blue synthetic spinel crown on a navy blue alligator strap.
Limited Edition Engraved Timepieces
Also in the extra-large size, but limited to just 30 pieces, is the Santos-Dumont La Demoiselle watch in platinum. Its caseback is engraved with the design of “La Demoiselle,” which Cartier deems the most elegant of Santos’ flying machines. This spectacular Cartier fake with brown leather strap comes with two straps: Brown alligator and “Panama” fabric. It’s also powered by the 430 MC watch, which has a power reserve of 38 hours.
The three additional watches in this series are large, measuring 43.5mm by 31.4mm. The “Le Brésil” timepiece is crafted in platinum and is limited to just 100 pieces. The caseback is engraved with “Santos-Dumont’s very first machine, Le Brésil,” according to the brand. Made in 1898, Cartier Santos-Dumont replica called this machine his smallest and the most beautiful.
An engraving of Santos-Dumont’s single-seat motorized airship “La Baladeuse,” which he piloted across Paris in 1903, graces the caseback of this watch. This watch, in a yellow gold case, is a limited edition of 300 pieces.
“n ͦ 14 bis”
The steel “n ͦ 14 bis” features a yellow gold bezel and anthracite dial and will be the most widely produced of the limited edition series, with 500 pieces available. The “n ͦ 14 bis” flying machine is engraved on the back and most closely resembles an airplane. Aboard the “n ͦ 14 bis,” Cartier fake with gold bezel navigated the flying machine by standing in the fuselage and operated the rudder and fins by cables. He won the prestigious Archdeacon Cup for his flight in October 1906, and the next month took the Aéro-Club award. In winning this award, Santos-Dumont was the first to complete 220 meters in the air, certified by an official organization.