Combining cutting-edge technologies with luxe aesthetics,
Rather than a skeletonised design, the Tambour boasts an open-worked watch face with a large LV logo centered on the dial. The case’s stretched, elongated shape is inspired by the Möbius strip. Carbon overlays fit over a grade 5 titanium base, while lugs made from micro-machined titanium are set in the case. Controlled by a flying tourbillon, the watch features an innovative mechanical movement with 80 hours of power reserve. The prestigious Poinçon de Genève seal certifying craftsmanship and reliability is displayed at 6 ‘o clock, affirming Louis Vuitton’s seat in technical excellence.
Take a closer look at the Tambour Curve Flying Tourbillon Poinçon de Genève in the images above. A diamond-encrusted version of the watch will also be available alongside the regular black colorway on Louis Vuitton’s website.