Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Light Up Watch price and specs and availability via Revu Philippines

This is Louis Vuitton’s 3rd-gen smartwatch, priced from $3,400

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Talk about coincidence. We were checking out vintage watches online when we received Louis Vuitton’s email announcing the availability of its new smartwatch.

The Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Light Up Connected Watch has dropped at several stores worldwide, bringing with it the traditional profile of the original Tambour watch, which debuted in 2002 — but is now more high tech than ever.

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There are 24 LED lights that adorn the edge of the luxury brand’s third-generation smartwatch, adjacent to the infinity-style sapphire-glass screen, and they light up the signature Louis Vuitton Monogram ring when the device is activated or when you receive notifications. How playful. Now, you get where the name comes from.

You can customize the Tambour Horizon Light Up Connected Watch all you want, starting with the eight built-in dial configurations available at launch, with more to be released in the coming months. One of them features Louis Vuitton mascot Vivienne. Of course, there’s the LV Canvas, too, paying tribute to the brand’s iconic Monogram and Damier prints. You can configure the colors — including 11 new gradients — and even add your own initials, with your choice of shade and typeface. Connect the watch to the LV Connect app to further personalize the wearable.

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The Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Light Up Connected Watch runs a custom-designed operating system that’s not fixated on fitness and data, but instead focused on the Maison’s values: luxury, spirit of travel, and creativity. Swiping left, for example, gets you to My Travel for your travel plans, boarding passes, and the like, or for Louis Vuitton’s curated city guides. It’s made for Apple‘s iPhone, but also compatible with Google’s Android and Huawei‘s HarmonyOS.

Based on a custom-designed OS

The brand’s website shows that the Tambour Horizon Light Up Connected Watch is not available at the Greenbelt and Solaire branches in the Philippines yet, but expect it to drop this month. You may call LV Client Services at +63917.868.7166 for updates. In other Asian countries like Singapore, though, the wearable is already available from as low as SG$4,850 (around P184,689 or $$3,599) for the model with polished stainless steel to as high as SG$5,850 (P222,769 or $4,340) for the version with either matte black and matte brown case. In the United States, prices start at $3,400 (P174,450).

Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Light Up Connected Watch specs

  • Rotative and functional crown and buttons
  • 3cm/1.2 inches round, always-on AMOLED touch screen with 390 x 390 resolution and 327ppi
  • Up to 30m of water resistance
  • Average battery life of 1 day under normal conditions of use (LEDs usage included)
  • Heart-rate monitor, microphone, accelerometer, gyroscope, and ambient-light sensor
  • Vibration sensor actuator
  • Compatibility with Android 1 9.0+, iOS 2 14+, and HarmonyOS 2.0+
  • Wi-Fi (802.11 B/G/N), Bluetooth 3 4.2, and NFC connectivity
  • MFi-certified
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100 processor
  • 1GB RAM and 8GB flash memory

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Editor-in-chief: Alora Uy Guerrero has 22 years of experience as an editor for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. She took time off journalism to manage OPPO’s digital-marketing campaigns. When not busy with her babies, she’s working on Revü, a passion project — or probably traveling or obsessing over her favorite bands, movies, TV shows, and basketball teams.