Hermès Slim d'Hermès Titane
Blending simplicity with audacity, the new Slim d’Hermès model comes in an ultra-light titanium case, featuring an anthracite dial lit up with Hermès orange under which an ultra-thin Manufacture Hermès movement is beating.
Created in 2015 by Philippe Delhotal, Creative Director of the Hermès watchmaking division, the Slim d'Hermès model is characterized by simplicity, rigorous discipline and balance, embodiing by the delicate curves of its round case with angular lugs and the purity of its dial with its original font designed by Philippe Apeloig.
Slim d'Hermès Titane © Hermès
In a more relaxed style, this Slim d’Hermès Titane features an ultra-thin 39.5mm diameter case made from micro-blasted grade 2 titanium - a lightweight yet resistant material - topped by a circular satin bezel, creating light effects making a pleasing contrast with the depth of the anthracite dial.
This generously wide and perfectly legible dial is composed of three parts: a chapter ring with cut-out Arabic numerals; a finely snailed centre swept over by slim baton-type hands; and a frosted crystal small seconds counter. Orange accents enliven the dial and match the burnishing on the matt graphite leather strap. The indications on this watch face, with its distinctive font composed of spaced, airy numerals, are driven by the ultra-thin Manufacture Hermès H1950 movement, oscillating at a frequency of 21,600 vph and guaranteeing a power reserve of 42 hours. The sophisticated mechanism adorned with a sprinkling of Hs and hand-bevelled bridges can be admired through the transparent sapphire caseback.
The movement, case and strap are all developed and crafted in the Hermès Horloger workshops.