Introducing the Louis Vuitton Voyager GMT Automatic Dual Time Zone

Louis Vuitton gives its ovoid case form a second time zone movement and a relatively affordable price tag with the Voyager GMT.
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Introduced in April 2016 with the exceptionally pricey Flying Tourbillon Poinçon de Genève, Louis Vuitton‘s circle-meets-square ovoid case returns with the new Voyager GMT. A dual time zone automatic, the Voyager GMT has a prominent “V” indicating the second time zone.

Essentially a bridge screwed onto the dial, the second time zone pointer is an oversized “V” – a recurring motif throughout the trunk maker’s products – indicating the home time zone on rotating 24-hour disc that’s black and white to distinguish between day and nighttime. Both the hands and second time zone are set with the crown.

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The case is 41.5mm in diameter, while the movement inside is an basic ETA automatic with a 42-hour power reserve. It’s available in stainless steel with three dial colours, or 18k pink gold with a blue dial.

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The steel models are fitted with a calfskin strap and priced at US$6100 or S$8100. On a steel bracelet it’s US$6500 or S$8900. In pink gold the price is US$18,700 or S$25,600.

They reach stores in June 2016.

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