Louis Vuitton has released a new range of its Tambour Horizon smartwatches, this time with Google’s Wear OS installed. Featuring new functionality, new designs, new materials, and new colors, the connected device also enhances the user experience with new technical innovations and functions.
The Tambour Horizon first made its debut back in 2017 as a luxury fashion watch. Now, the updated model is carrying over that same basic design, but with a few tweaks. One of the biggest changes comes under the hood with a Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset. Featuring new functionality, new designs, new materials, and new colors, the connected device also enhances the user experience with new technical innovations and functions. There are four new models available on the fashion brand’s website, designed for both men and women: the Tambour Horizon Monogram Eclipse, Tambour Horizon Matte Black, Tambour Horizon Monogram Brown, and the Tambour Horizon Pure White.
Each has a 42mm circular case and 1.2-inch AMOLED touch display. They are water resistant to 30 metres. Since one of the new chip’s features is better battery life, the upgraded Tambour can now last one full day and up to five additional days if you’re just using it to display time. There’s also a new 24-hour ring around the bezel with day/night indicator that works even when the watch isn’t actively in use. In addition to upgrading its old Tambour Horizon designs and colors with the new chipset, LV has also added a white ceramic option. The starting price (for the Monogram Eclipse model) is £2,125 ($2,801). Prices then go up to £3,685 ($4,856). Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.
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