Louis Vuitton Tambour Street Diver collection adds a new chronograph model | SENATUS



Louis Vuitton Tambour Street Diver collection adds a new chronograph model
By SENATUS Editor | 27 March 2023

With its sculptural shape and top-level performance, the original Tambour Street Diver won the 2021 Diver’s Watch Prize at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève.

This year Louis Vuitton introduces a new chronograph model to the ultra-modern Tambour Street Diver collection, while keeping its original sleek design and perfect legibility.

Two chronograph models in colour schemes of Skyline Blue and Neon Black are new additions to the Tambour collection.

Presented in two-tone stainless steel cases with a black or blue PVD treatment, Tambour case has been enlarged to 46mm to accommodate the chronograph movement. These timepieces come with colour-coordinated rubber straps embossed with the the brand name and fitted with a steel ardillon buckle complete the kit and feature the brand’s quick-change system.

Powered by an ETA 2894-2 automatic modular chronograph movement, the caseback has a sapphire crystal porthole printed with the LV monogram that also appears on the rotor.

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