Hermès have just introduced the latest iteration of the iconic Heure H timepiece
Your next piece of arm candy...
In 1996, Hermès created a timepiece that has eventually become a symbol in its horology department: the Heure H.
Now, over 20 years later, the luxury French maison have reimagined the now-iconic piece by revisiting its emblematic watch design and adding new interchangeable double tour straps.
Still maintaining the design's edginess and freshness, the latest iteration of the iconic Heure H timepiece is completely adorned with the perforated strap decorations, available in a slew of popping and timeless hues including apricot, vermilion and black.
The watch itself is a masterpiece of mechanical elements which include Quartz movement (crafted in Switzerland), a white lacquered dial complete with rhodium-plated Arabic numerals and hands, as well as a square-shaped 'H' case, designed by Philippe Mouquet in 1996.
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