Simply reiterating the surge in popularity of smartwatches would be a cliche in and of itself. Throughout the last few years, there has been a phenomenal expansion in the production of smartwatches and their distribution throughout the market in all price ranges. They have seen many classic luxury watch companies contribute to the meteoric growth of the high-tech market sector. This is something that we have experienced. One of them is the Louis Vuitton watch brand.
Louis Vuitton, one of the first luxury companies to join this market in 2017, has once again made headlines with the release of its most recent third-generation linked watch, the Tambour Horizon Light Up. The company claims to bring a whole smartwatch experience that is imbued with the daring aesthetics and sensibility of the Louis Vuitton watch. This watch has been given the moniker of being one of the most exclusive and unique linked watches it has ever produced.
The new Tambour Horizon Light Up smartwatch is a revamped, reinvented, and re-engineered piece of wearable technology that offers a degree of customizability and individualization that has never been seen before. The Tambour Horizon Light Up promises a flawless integration of arts and technology in every facet of the Louis Vuitton apple watch band, from the watch faces, which are a potential area for customization, to the unique and custom-made operating system.
The watch’s case’s weight, made of stainless steel and measures 44 millimeters, can be felt on the wrist. The recognizable chassis design of the first-generation Tambour was used to develop the linked Horizon by the brand. On the other hand, since the case is covered by a wonderfully curved sapphire glass that wraps around it like an infinity pool, the Louis Vuitton watch band seems much smaller when worn.
The crystal does not stop at the bezel as is customary; instead, it continues down the side of the case to the Louis Vuitton Monogram ring, illuminated by 24 LED lights. When the watch is turned on, the lights shine in a pattern that resembles a “dancing kaleidoscope of colors.” The case profile has three different finishes: polished stainless steel, matte brown, and a two-tone version of matte black with titanium crown and lugs. These finishes are all available for purchase.
Price and availability
The Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Light Up begins at $3,300 for the Polished Steel variant. The Matte Black and Matte Brown models have a price tag of $3,600, while the Polished Steel model is priced at $3,300. The smartwatch may be purchased via any of Louis Vuitton’s retail locations or online in any country.
The Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Light Up is the fashion house’s third-generation smartwatch, and it was introduced to the public over a month ago. The new model of Louis Vuitton watches is the first in the series to have push buttons on each side of the crown, which is supposed to assist expand the functionality of the watch.
These push buttons are located on the new model. Simply rotating the crown will result in a different display on the clock. The top pusher button gives users access to the watch face shuffle mode and configuration options, while the bottom pusher button serves as a shortcut button to start a specific app.
An always-on display is a feature that is included with the Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Light Up watch, just as it is included with other high-end smartwatches that are currently on the market. Additionally, the smartwatch’s unique operating system offers eight different dial layouts. Users also have the flexibility to make customizations, such as adding their initials and selecting the color and font they want to use for those initials.
Other characteristics of this Louis Vuitton watch can be found in its list of specs. A piece of sapphire glass serves as a shield for the display. In addition, the watch comes equipped with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage and is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 4100 processor.
The Tambour Horizon Light Up has several different connectivity choices, including Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v4.2, and NFC. The minimum requirements for a device to be compatible with the Louis Vuitton men’s watches are that it must run at least Android 9.0, iOS 14, or HarmonyOS 2.0. In addition, it has the Made for iPhone (MFi) certification.
A high-end digital Louis Vuitton watches that resembles its analog counterpart in elegance and sophistication. Almost five years after Tambour initially joined the smartwatch market, the French design firm released its third-generation linked watch, the Horizon.