I purchased this watch in holland, i t was made by Davis watch in Paris.One of the number has come loose and I want o open it to fix it. I am leaving on a trip tomorrow and don't have time to take it anywhere. http://www.davisgifts.com/detail.cfm?sCollName=mretro&nIdArticle=1265 LIVRAISON PAR CHRONOPOST that is the model, its the one on the page.
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If you cannot find the automatic way of setting the hands, you can manually reset the analogue hands by pressing the mode button until you reach the "HS" mode and using the 2 or 4 o'clock buttons to adjust the hands.
Generally you have to open the watch to see the movement but a lot of fakes are plain workmanship flaws. A real Cartier will not be made from base metal. It will be made from stainless steel or precious metal. A real Cartier will most likely be built with screws in the band instead of cotter pins. When you pull the crown to set there will be no play in the set lever. In other words when you spin it, it will begin to turn the hand immediately and there will be a slight resistance. It will not feel loose. As stated, the best way to tell is to look at the movement. Cartier uses a high grade Swiss movement most likely marked ETA.