Louis Vuitton takes the spirit of travel another step further

The new Tambour Horizon smartwatch is a unique connected experience that embraces Louis Vuitton’s spirit of travel, craftsmanship and creative values.
Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon

Building on the success of previous models, this Tambour Horizon collection boasts a new element of design, new materials, and new colours, taking user experience, functions and technical innovation even further.

The digital mode is embellished with emblematic motifs – monogram, Damier or even with the V for Gaston-Louis Vuitton. These have all been entirely reworked, deconstructed, and broken down to create transparent effects and contrasts with the monogram flowers. The new colour palette, the contrasting bands and the option of adding your initials mean that an almost infinite number of aesthetic combinations are possible all in the image of the house. Special watch faces have been added to the existing collection, featuring the same strong design aesthetic typical of a Louis Vuitton runway show.

Louis Vuitton takes the spirit of travel another step further

Across the rim, a new 24-hour ring with day/night indicator, visible even when the watch is in ambient mode, lets you view all your data at a glance. The second-generation smartwatch features Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 3100 processor. This will help the 300mAh battery deliver a day of watch time and up to five additional days when using the Horizon in watch mode. Watch mode is a new feature where the smartwatch only displays the time and offers limited access to its smart features.

The Louis Vuitton extras are here too, like customisable watch faces including the useful My Travel face and My 24 Hours watch face that can display details such as multiple time zones and even a pollution indicator. There’s also the LV City Guide app.

Louis Vuitton takes the spirit of travel another step further

The unisex case retains the emblematic Tambour Horizon shape and inverted curved case and the watch is now available in polished white ceramic. The use of this material in craftsmanship smart watchmaking is a feat of technical excellence.

In addition to new versions in polished steel, matte black PVD, white ceramic and white ceramic with gem-set horns, there is also a matte brown PVD model. This colour has been an integral part of Louis Vuitton’s aesthetic since 1854, used most prominently in the emblematic monogram design. Complementing Louis Vuitton’s style and expressing the concept of personalisation, interchangeable straps are available in new versions with unique patterns, colours, and materials.

For more information visit Louis Vuitton’s website.

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