Question about Cartier Santos W20056D6 Wrist Watch
Michael DeVito---PLEASE STOP telling people to take their Cartier to a "watch repair shop" !! If they do that instead of taking it to a Cartier shop, they will destroy the value of the watch. Once it is opened by a non-Cartier shop, Cartier will NOT stand behind it, won't even touch it and they can tell if it's been opened by someone non-Cartier trained. A 'regular' watch opening tool will damage a Cartier. And then pop goes the weasel, the watch is now worthless. Yes, they will destroy a fake that comes in their shop, and that is their right to do so; it protects the value of all those folks who have REAL Cartiers and paid big money for them. I'm sure you mean to help, but please, please stop saying "take it to a watch repair shop; you are advising these people to ruin their very valuable watches ! Anyone who has a Cartier can 'Google' Cartier website, click on U.S., then find a store near you & call them to discuss your watch. They'll be happy to help. A tune-up for your Cartier costs roughly $65.00 in a Cartier boutique, you should do that if you've bought a used one. No, I don't work for Cartier, but I own one and despise that so much bad information is out here about these watches. A genuine Cartier is not just an investment but a responsibility. Hoping this helps someone.
Posted on Jan 29, 2013
Mcdevito75 here, Most Jewelery shops, (Repair) can tell you if your Cartier watch is real.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ladies wrist watch Cartier
The only way I know of finding this out is to take it to a Cartier dealer and let them examine it.
I was told by one jeweler I took an forgery of an expensive watch that it is common practice to destroy any forgeries, so unless you are prepared to loose the watch (is it working OK?), then it might be a risky option.
If you bought it cheaply, then is unlikely that it is genuine (I picked up my forgery in a jumble sale rubbish heap).
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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