Welcome to PROSPER, your Cartier Authorized Dealer
Nestled in the vibrant Dansaert area, our boutique at 101 Avenue Antoine Dansaert (Brussels) is home to a dedicated Cartier corner, showcasing a curated selection of Cartier watches that embody the brand’s unique charm.
We understand that choosing a watch is a significant decision. That’s why we invite you to try on our watches in a relaxed, pressure-free environment.
Feel the weight of the watch on your wrist, admire the craftsmanship, and see how it complements your style.
To ensure the model you’re interested in is available, we recommend calling ahead or scheduling an appointment through our contact form.
Our amiable team is always ready to assist you, ensuring your visit is a pleasant journey through the Cartier cosmos.
Continue reading to delve deeper into Cartier’s main watch collections and discover the perfect timepiece for you.
The Cartier Tank, conceived in 1917, is an iconic timepiece inspired by the Renault FT-17 tank from World War I.
Its design is a blend of rectangular and square shapes, with a leather strap that integrates seamlessly into the case.
The dial features Roman numerals and the crown boasts a single blue sapphire.
This timeless watch has been worn by numerous celebrities across generations, from Clark Gable to Andy Warhol.
Over the years, the Cartier Tank has been released in various models, each maintaining the core principles of the original design, making it a testament to Cartier’s commitment to timeless elegance and innovative design.
The Panthère de Cartier, first introduced in the 1980s, is a distinctive design that doubles as a watch and a piece of jewellery.
This iconic timepiece is defined by its versatility, blending geometric lines with the curves of gemstones.
The watch is a marriage of symmetry, structure, and smooth movements, mirroring the Maison’s emblematic animal, the panther.
With its square dial, rounded corners, and gold-link bracelet, the Panthère de Cartier is a perfect blend of bold curves and brick-like form.
Over the years, it has been embraced by cultural icons and continues to resonate with a new generation, making it a timeless piece in Cartier’s collection.
The Cartier Santos, first introduced in 1904, is the first-ever men’s wristwatch, created by Louis Cartier for the renowned aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont.
The watch was designed to allow Santos-Dumont to tell the time without taking his hands off the controls while flying.
Its distinctive features include a square case and visible screws on the bezel, which were inspired by the rivets on the fuselage of aircraft.
Over the years, the Santos has been reimagined in various forms. In 1978, it reappeared in a luxury sports version with a two-tone bracelet.
In 2004, the Santos 100 was launched to mark the centenary of its debut, featuring a bold three-hander design.
In 2018, a fully renewed collection was introduced, featuring a redesigned case and bezel, and a new self-winding 1847 MC movement.
The Santos also introduced self-adjustment via QuickSwitch and SmartLink, allowing the wearer to easily swap straps and adjust the bracelet’s size.
Today, the Santos collection includes various models, from steel to gold, and even skeletonized options, making it a versatile and enduring icon in Cartier’s watch collection.
The Cartier Ballon Bleu, introduced in 2007, is a unique timepiece that effortlessly blends classic Cartier design elements with a playful twist.
The name, which translates to “Blue Balloon,” is inspired by the watch’s round sapphire cabochon crown that appears to float like a balloon.
The watch’s clean silver dial features Roman numerals and railroad tracks, maintaining the “Cartier DNA” we know and love.
The Ballon Bleu is available in a variety of sizes, from 26mm to 42mm, and in different metals, making it a versatile choice for any watch enthusiast.
Its distinctive design, which includes a large, round cabochon crown guard at three o’clock, sets it apart from other watches.
Despite its relatively recent introduction, the Ballon Bleu has become a mainstay of the Cartier collection and is a popular choice among celebrities and royalty alike.
The Cartier Pasha, first commissioned in the 1930s by the Pasha of Marrakech, is a robust yet elegant timepiece.
It was reborn in 1985 with a round design, a large 38mm case, wide bezel, and a screw-down crown.
Over the years, it has seen various additions, including chronographs, GMT models, and even a perpetual calendar.
One iconic model features a yellow gold case with a protective grill and the signature “Figaro” bracelet.
In 2020, the Pasha celebrated its 35th anniversary with a new generation of watches, available in steel, yellow gold, and rose gold, showcasing Cartier’s mastery of blending tradition with modern tastes.
Montre Ronde Louis Cartier
The collection is characterized by its signature round shape, a nod to the traditional and the timeless.
The clean lines and understated design echo the sophistication that Cartier is renowned for, making each watch not just a timekeeper, but a piece of art.
Hereunder on a Molequin strap
From the elegant Roman numerals to the sapphire cabochon winding mechanism, every element is carefully considered to create a harmonious and luxurious experience.
What make Cartier watches so unique?
Considering Cartier is synonymous with French refinement, it’s interesting to remember that a Belgian contributed to the emergence of the brand’s iconic image.
At the beginning of the 20th century, Jeanne Toussaint, who was known as ”La Panthère,” created the brooch that carries her nickname. Since then, the panther has been a recurring theme at Cartier for both jewelry and watches.
It was also aviator Albert Santos-Dumont who wore a Cartier watch in 1904. Using it would enable him to time his flights without having to let go of the controls.
In those days, only women wore wristwatches. After that, the aviator regularly displayed his watch, now a symbol of aviation.
Looking back, we could almost consider this to be the first example of influencer marketing.
Its expertise in shaped watches makes Cartier a household name in watchmaking for its curved, rectangular, even asymmetrical designs.
Wearing it brings a sense of elegance, Cartier is a timeless household name that you can trust.
Having spent many years working there before joining forces with Brice (PROSPER co-founder), Jean-Baptiste (PROSPER co-founder) has a particular fondness for the brand.
Feel free to reach out to our friendly team to arrange a try-on or to check the availability of your preferred model