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Hermès Carré H

Eight years after its creation, the Carré H watch returns in a new style.

In 2010, Hermès introduced the Carré H, a square timepiece created by Marc Berthier, with a modern aesthetic, designed for instant legibility. It now returns in a new style: Marc Berthier has enlarged the square by a few millimetres - the case now measures 38 × 38mm - and opted for light effects, playing across the 316L steel case with its polished and microbead-blasted finishes, on the dial with its right-angled guilloché work, on the rhodium-plated hour and minute hands coated with Super-LumiNova®, on the yellow or red second hand, and on numerals. This perfectly balanced use of light accentuates the clarity of the design, the softened edges of the square, the curved profile of the case, and the cylindrical crystal.

The exclusive font of the numerals – making use of the zero – contributes to the new aesthetic equilibrium of the watch.

Carré H

Carré H © Hermès

The Hermès Manufacture H1912 caliber, a Swiss Made mechanical self-winding movement, beats at the frequency of 28,800 VPH (4Hz) and assures a 50-hour power reserve. It offers a circular-grained and snailed mainplate, and the bridges and oscillating weight are satin-brushed and adorned with the signature H pattern.

The timepiece is fitted with a natural or black Barénia calfskin strap, secured by a pin buckle in microbead-blasted 316L steel.

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“La Montre Hermès” has adopted an epicurean philosophy that values the creation of sober, contemporary timepieces.

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