Category Archives: Louis Vuitton Watches
Another new for 2011 Louis Vuitton Watch is new Voyagez Tambour Automatic Chronograph watch having a tachymeter (tachometer).
Recognizing a Louis Vuitton watch is really a rare occurrence. The company supplements its ubiquitous luggage and bag items with only a couple of watches for everyone.
Louis Vuitton Malletier — typically referred to as Louis Vuitton, or shortened to LV — may possibly be considered a French style apartment founded in 1854.
Louis Vuitton have created a special watch case inspired by their signature trunks. The watch case is made using the same methods as their large trunks on a wooden frame covered with their signature monogram canvas trimmed with leather and gold plated brass hardware. The case which fits up to eight watches is lined with microfiber which protects the watches. The watch case can also be custom ordered from Louis Vuitton in a wide variety of designs.
Louis Vuitton watches always feel special. They don’t release new watches too often, and when they do, they barely give any information about them – they are also quite rare. They have been playing with the Tambour case for a while, adding new designs and styles all the time.
It is easy to find the style of the 1970s unappealing. Despite the fact that it is “coming back,” (from what I hear) it was an era of too many browns, too much synthetics, and too much hair. One thing however that the 1970s encouraged was large size. Big hair, big cars, big pants, and big watches. Especially the diving watches. While many of these things are coming back, so are big watches. 40mm cases are now considered small or average, and most watches, which matter, are approaching 44mm or even 50mm (and larger). The Louis Vuitton Tambour Diver takes large size, with its 70′s browns, and is able to present a very pleasing ,aesthetic highly reminiscent watch with a 70s modern design.
Another new for 2011 Louis Vuitton watch is this new Voyagez Tambour Automatic Chronograph watch with a tachymeter (tachometer). Why they emphasize this latter function I don’t know. Racing-themed watches have been featured them on bezels and flange rings for a long time, with next to no people actually using them. However, those extra numerals around the dial tend to always look cool!