Tambour is one of the most important watch designs of Louis Vuitton. The series was born in 2002, marking the brand’s entry into the world of fine watchmaking. Over the years, the Tambour watch has attracted a group of loyal fans, part of the reason is that the series continues to introduce new ones, while always maintaining the personality characteristics that can be seen at a glance. Tambour draws inspiration from the shape of the drum. It is one of the few cases with a case larger than the size of the bezel, which gives the watch its undeniably charming characteristics. The twelve “LOUIS VUITTON” letters engraved on the bezel ring further demonstrate the pedigree of the brand and add a timeless charm. To this day, Tambour remains as contemporary as it was released in 2002.
What Louis Vuitton does best is to understand customer needs accurately. With Street Diver, the brand has created a comfortable, highly acclaimed diving watch: a fashion statement on the wrist that spends most of the time outside the water. Louis Vuitton highlights the practicality of the watch through clever color matching. Elapsed time is the basic function of a diving watch. It can be measured by the internal rotating bezel, which is controlled by the crown located between 1 and 2 o’clock. The hour markers at 12 o’clock and the tip of the central minute hand are in a “V” shape, which is the brand identity of Louis Vuitton. The Street Diver series watches is equipped with a screw-in crown and an internal rotating bezel. It is waterproof to 100 meters and is an excellent companion for diving sports.
Louis Vuitton launched four new Street Diver series watches, each showing a different color effect. The first model is Neon Black. The black PVD-coated stainless steel case contrasts sharply with the yellow markings. At the same time, this is the only model with a PVD-coated bezel, making it look closer to a tool watch. The second is Skyline Blue. The blue PVD coated case is matched with a polished stainless steel bezel. Under the vibrant light blue tone, all the details are clear and easy to see. The most precious model is Black Blaze, which combines black PVD coating and rose gold, with a sharp contrast, showing a different style. All of the above 3 watches are equipped with a 44 mm case, a built-in automatic movement, and a sapphire crystal transparent design decorated with the brand logo.
The last Pacific White is the most elegant and petite model. The watch is 39.5 mm so far and is made of polished stainless steel. It is also the only watch equipped with a quartz movement, making the Street Diver series more colorful. With four new Street Diver watches, Louis Vuitton continues the heritage of the iconic Tambour series into the third decade.