LVMH Treats! - The renowned luxury group

The renowned luxury group flexes its timekeeping muscles with the reveal of new watches from its multiple brands. We bring you a snapshot of the best from this year's lineup. Being the owner of one of the biggest watch conglomerates in the world,

By Ishan Raghava | on February 3, 2023 Follow us on Autox Google News

Being the owner of one of the biggest watch conglomerates in the world, LVMH once again decided to hold a dedicated event to reveal the new products from their brands. We take a look at some of the most exciting releases from this year’s event.

Zenith Defy Skyline

Zenith Defy Skyline

First look at the Defy Skyline might make you think that Zenith’s latest edition has been inspired by the famed Royal Oak, but fact is, the original edition of the Skyline was produced a full three years before the Royal Oak came about. The updated edition of the Skyline features a 12 sided bezel and an integrated steel strap made into a very usable 36mm sizing, which will fit the wrist perfectly.

TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph 60th Anniversary edition

The Tag Heuer range has many iconic watches, but I think none of them come close to the original Carrera. Designed to be used in motor racing, the watch is celebrating its 60th anniversary, making it the perfect time for the brand to release a limited-edition version. Featuring a panda dial, the new Carrera is sized at a very wearable 39mm and features a beautiful sunburst effect silver dial which contrasts beautifully with the black sub dials.

TAG Heuer Aquaracer Solargraph

TAG Heuer Aquaracer Solargraph

Designed for extreme adventures, the Aquaracer is an update to Tag’s first solar powered watch. This version of the Solargraph differs from the earlier iteration in its construction, and the case and the bracelet are now crafted from Grade 2 Titanium. Finished in a sand blasted matt finish, this makes the Solargraph look even more enticing. The striped dial is also semi-transparent, which allows the solar powered movement to be charged by sunlight. The movement needs just 2 minutes of sunlight to function for a whole day, and with 20 minutes of exposure it can last a full 6 months.

TAG Heuer Monza Flyback Chronometer

Once again named after motor racing this is probably the most extreme Monza the brand has ever produced. The visual punch of the Monza is undeniable, and it all starts with the 42mm carbon case, which is flanked by the pushers and crown in black DLC-coated steel. But the real visual impact comes from the dial and it’s detailing. The dial features blue indices, and a second’s hand finished in blue. Add to this the sub-dials featuring blue sapphire crystal and lots of detailing in red, and the Monza truly stands out.

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Tags: Zenith Defy Skyline TAG Heuer Monza Flyback Chronometer

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