Of time and travels: Louis Vuitton releases GMT travel clock with a monogrammed trunk case

Off late, we have witnessed LV dish out face masks and shields, indoor games, outdoor tents, and also a couple of handbags. It’s certainly been a while we saw a product that resonates with Louis Vuitton’s legendary art of travel. Someone must’ve heard us complain as they are now releasing a GMT Travel Clock With Tailor-Made Trunk Case that’s bringing back the classic trunk but with the twist of time. Merging travel with watchmaking is the Louis Vuitton Tambour Moon Dual Time with a concave dial. This ultimate timekeeping travel companion makes for the perfect personal or business gift featuring the luxury house’s most iconic creation. The trunk is covered with the iconic Monogram Eclipse canvas, making it look desirable and chic as LV trunks come. Inside, the clock’s concave dual-time dial creates an impression of depth, with a 24-hour display and GMT indicator enabling local and home time to be read at a glance. The timepiece comes with a large 80mm diameter hemispheric steel case that makes it easy to read time from a distance.

The LV travel clock also comes with two time zones, so you can check the time as you travel while keeping tabs on time back home. The lovely timepiece comes dressed with twelve brightly colored flags to evoke the travelers’ trunks of yesteryear. To gift yourself or a loved one the ultimate luxurious analog travel clock, one can head over to their nearest LV flagship, where this retails for $4,385.

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[Available at: Louis Vuitton]

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