At this year’s Watches & Wonders, Hermès has unveiled a new variant of its striking H08 timepiece that made its debut one year ago. The latest iteration of the masculine watch that was designed by the brand’s creative director Philippe Delhotal, is clad in blue titanium and distinguished by its dial with a color-coordinated, finely grained surface.
It makes for a magnificent background for the line’s signature white Arabic numerals and the orange minute track. The black second, minute, and hour hands, as well as the date at 4:30, are powered by the Hermès Manufacture H1837 self-winding movement.
Like its predecessor, the cushion shaped case has a diameter of 39 x 39mm and sports a water resistance of 100 meters. It features a ceramic bezel with a satin sunburst finish. The blue rubber strap with titanium buckle and black DLC coating underlines the sporty character of the watch, which retails for approximately $8,160 when converted to USD.
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Hermes should make this watch without the date.