Louis Vuitton has officially launched their new Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Matte Black Watch. The watch is the first of its kind from the brand, and seamlessly blends its technical elements with signature Louis Vuitton luxury.
Though the Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Matte Black watch is the third-generation connected watch to come out of the Maison, it offers a level of personalization that has never been seen before. Louis Vuitton created a bespoke operating system for the smart features of the watch, allowing users to seamlessly integrate the Tambour Horizon with their other pieces of technology. It is the first operating system, outside of Apple’s own, to be accredited as “MFI” or “made for iPhone,” though it is also compatible with Android and HarmonyOS devices.
The Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Matte Black watch builds upon the traditional Tambour case silhouette and makes it compatible with the Horizon screen. The screen is made of curved sapphire glass, giving the appearance that the screen falls over the edge, allowing Louis Vuitton to make the watch case smaller, at 44mm. The watch is completed with 24 LED lights circling the face, with animations made to match each watch’s configuration.
It comes in three different faces (polished steel, matte black, and matte brown), and allows users to further customize it with 8 built-in dial configurations. The watch is compatible with the Louis Vuitton Connect app. The app has several unique features separated by function, including a “My Travel” section to add upcoming trips, and a “My Day” section for everyday activities. The also offers more customization experiences, from changing the watch face to different colorways for the screen
Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Matte Black watch is the recent version of the iconic Tambour mechanic watch series initially launched in 2002. In its efforts to captivate the new breed of luxury customers, Louis Vuitton was among the first few non-tech watch manufacturing brands to enter into the high-tech market segment in 2017. The Tambour Horizon is LV’s third-generation smartwatch design, recently released in 2022. This third-gen innovative iteration brings various refreshing innovations to the brand’s Tambour timepieces, including; a unique wraparound LED display, average battery life, Android compatibility, and a heart rate monitor. According to Ablogtowatch, the LV’s Horizon Light-Up Watch features some old-school technology with bold Louis Vuitton signature designs to improve the visual presentation of the luxurious timepiece. Thanks to the eye-catching curved edge of the sapphire glass that contains twenty-four LED lights, and the centered intelligent module that improves the watch’s functionality, the Tambour Horizon helps provide its users a smartwatch experience. These 24 LED lights that are housed in graphic trefoil shapes were originally used back in 1910 and designed to display an animated array of colors when a notification is received. Read on to learn more about the Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Light Up Watch.
Louis Vuitton recently released its third-generation high-end watch, the Tambour Horizon Light-Up. The design of this timepiece still retains the brand’s impressive craftsmanship in producing modern-era watches. The Horizon Light-Up comes in three versions that mimic the Louis Vuitton House Codes, including; the Matte Black, the Matte Brown, and the Polished Steel. Both the brown and Matte black version are reengineered with high-end PVD finishes, and the Polished Steel model comes with a contrasting titanium crown. The iconic LV House’s design codes are also well represented through a rainbow of colors on the various versions. In addition to the three 44mm cases that are finished with low-profile activation buttons, each version of the Horizon Light-Up watch has a digital LED display with eight dial permutations that operate on different design cues. You can also add your initials on the screen or choose from the 11 fantastic gradient displays, which now come with an always-on setting eliminating the need to press a button or shake it for the screen to be powered on.