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The movement carries the prestigious Geneva Seal, attesting to its fine finishing.
By Roberta Naas | October 21 2020
A futuristic interpretation of the Louis Vuitton Tambour watch, this newest rendition combines sophisticated haute horology with dynamic high-tech materials. The ultra-lightweight open-worked design of the watch offers stealth appeal. The hand-wound movement (LV108 Caliber), designed and crafted by La Fabrique du Temps Louis Vuitton, features an openwork motif with a titanium flying tourbillon carriage at 9:00. The movement carries the prestigious Geneva Seal, attesting to its fine finishing. In this watch, though, the Poincon de Genève seal is actually emblazoned on the dial side at 6:00. The 46mm ergonomically shaped case has a more elongated rather than perfectly round shape, while the inner ‘dial’ is circular.
Price: $258,000 in CarboStratum® composite, a proprietary material developed for Louis Vuitton
Contact Louis Vuitton in New York, +1 212 758 8877, louisvuitton.com