Louis Vuitton Tambour Street Diver Chronograph
A chronograph function harmoniously embedded in the Tambour Street Diver design
Today, the Tambour Street Diver — waterproof to 100 metres and bearing the Louis Vuitton signature — is enriched with additional features as a new chronograph function. Not only does the chronograph allow you to measure short-time during a competition or while practising a leisure activity, it also has the visually striking design it has been known for since its creation. The Tambour Street Diver Chronograph forges a powerful link between the sculptural shape of the Tambour case, the bold colours, and the performances of a top-level sports watch.
The addition of the chronograph function ensured by a hand-wound, self-winding mechanism, led Louis Vuitton to adopt a new architecture while keeping the original sleek design and its perfect legibility. The chronograph's two push buttons are on either side of the crown on the right of the case; the crown of the unidirectional rotating flange showing diving times is between 10 and 11am on the left side.
Tambour Street Diver Chronograph © Louis Vuitton
Strong colour to ensure legibility and distinguish itself from all other diver’s watches.
Featuring a 46 mm diameter, the Tambour Street Diver Chronograph offers an assertive figure on the wrist while also sporting the typical shape of the Tambour case, with a base larger than its dial opening, highlighting the perfect proportions of the watch. It is available in shot-blasted steel with blue or black PVD treatment, with a polished steel or matching black bezel, bearing the emblematic twelve letters of Louis Vuitton. With its sporty soul, this watch is first and foremost an instantly recognisable Tambour.
The dynamism of the watch is reinforced by the presence of touches of colour on the dial as well as the rubber strap. In keeping with the traditions of the collection, the latter benefits from an interchangeability system making it possible to adapt the Tambour Street Diver Chronograph as desired. The blue Skyline Blue double-shade version, which reflects the aesthetic codes of the design rewarded at the 2021 GPHG, evokes the sea world, while the black and yellow Neon Black version has more of an urban vibe.
Twenty years ago, Louis Vuitton boldly ventured into the world of watchmaking with the unveiling of the Tambour watch. Since, the Maison has dreamt up a growing collection of innovative timepieces driven by unparalleled creativity, savoir-faire, and craftsmanship.Find out more >
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