Triple-circle tachymeter scale…
In the wake of the first Louis Vuitton automatic chronograph Tachymeter launched in 2011 (yes you saw it here), the famous Parisian trunk maker Louis Vuitton continues to explore the universe with the arrival of the Voyagez Tambour Chronograph Edition II. This eye catching timepiece is available in 44 mm steel or rose gold (limited edition of respectively 888 and 88 copies) and features a triple-circle tachymeter scale, a feature which I am absolutely positively certainly quite sure will be used often by the wearer to calculate his average speed. Here’s how it works: the small subdial at 3 o’clock is the normal time seconds; the larger red center-set hand is the chronograph seconds; the small red central hand marks chronograph minutes. Any questions? Personally, this one is a bit too complicated looking for me — I’d take last year’s model, given the choice.
Louis Vuitton Voyagez Tambour Chronograph Watch II
Limited edition 888 pieces steel, 88 rose gold
44mm case, automatic mechanical Dubois-Depraz Caliber for LV