Louis Vuitton Unveils Its New Digital Watch Tambour Horizon | ELITE Magazine 

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SOME things are just worth shouting about and the latest luxury item to come from Louis Vuitton is one of them. The French house’s classic Tambour Horizon watch has been given a digital makeover for its reincarnation 15 years after its famous analogue counterpart launched. Lightweight, but weighty enough to feel substantial; intuitive (among many other functions, it counts you down to your flight departure on its new My Flight app, by pulling key data from your emails); and versatile, thanks to its inter-changeable straps (that come in myriad fabrics and colour palettes), it’s one of the chicest digital watches to date. 

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The brand has worked alongside Google’s Android Wear 2.0 technology to create an inviting experience on one’s wrist, including access to all of Vuitton’s city guides and the essential voice recognition translation app (accessed via a tiny microphone on the side) that will get you by when you get there – Louis Vuitton’s little black book on your wrist, if you will. It also has the step app, a weather forecast, is water resistant up to 30 metres, and will notify of phone calls and messages on a background dial that can be changed to match your outfit (you can even add your initials – as per that coveted hot-stamping service it offers for its leather goods).

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The technology will develop, making sure that this timepiece will stand the test of time (the joys of remote updates), but if you’re in the market for the latest in luxury time-keeping, the unisex piece has enough to justify the £1,905 start price (note the Hermes Apple watch isn’t far behind it with a start price of £1,149).
Watch The Introduction Video Here : –https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LEVquHczgTo&feature=youtu.be

©ELITE Magazine | Published 2017

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