The Louis Vuitton watch sports all the hallmarks of a diving watch with its numerous features and active design

Launched by Louis Vuitton in 2010, a few weeks ago the Tambour Diving II line welcomed into its ranks a new chronographic diving watch equipped with a self-winding calibre and a power reserve of approximately 40 hours.

A chronographic watch high on features

The Tambour Diving II by Louis Vuitton’s case comes in a masculine steel case 45.5mm in diameter. Waterproof to 300 metres, the watch has a stopwatch (vertical bicompax/buttons not screwed in) and a sporty design: a ceramic unidirectional rotating bezel, an uncluttered black dial, a luminous display—the large skeletonised hands allow the watch to be read with ease even in the dark, thanks to their Superluminova tips.

A leader amongst diving watches

The Louis Vuitton chronographic watch pays tribute to the sport of diving: the subdial is clearly evocative of the diver’s world with its depiction of a red flag with a white diagonal stripe.

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