With the Arceau Le Temps Voyageur, Hermès invites the wearer on a journey that literally takes them around the dial. The beautifully crafted luxury GMT watch which was introduced at this year’s Watches & Wonders displays the home time through a dial aperture at twelve o’clock.
The Earth’s 24 time zones are displayed via a circular disc on the dial’s periphery. The subdial moves along this disk and shows the current time via a small red arrow, creating an impression like a satellite moving above a tiny world map.
This intriguing form of indication is made possible by the self-winding manufacture movement H1837, which was extended by a module. The blue stainless steel case measures 38 millimeters in diameter. In addition, Hermès also offers a 41-millimeter platinum version with a DLC-coated black titanium bezel and dark dial.
The new Hermès Arceau Le Temps Voyageur in platinum is currently priced at $28,825, while in stainless steel it’s marked at $22,550.
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