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The Classy Louis Vuitton Voyager GMT Will Keep You Company

By Victor Baker


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Did you know the LVMH group also owns famous watchmakers such as TAG Heuer, Bulgari, Zenith, and Hublot, among many other renowned brands? Well, they do, and although it might seem a bit of an overkill for Louis Vuitton to release watches as well, they have nonetheless introduced the Louis Vuitton Voyager GMT.

Showing off an interesting 41.5 mm case, that’s going to be available in either steel or 18k pink gold, the Voyager GMT is uber chic, and it’s even capable of handling water depths of up to 30 meters, allowing owners to brag with a distinctive looking timepiece, that’s Louis Vuitton-branded, of course.

The watch can be paired with three different strap options, including a steel bracelet or a textured gray “taurillon” calf leather strap, for the steel case, and a stunning blue alligator strap for the 18k pink gold model.

Louis Vuitton Voyager GMT

This isn’t the first time Louis Vuitton has gotten a little “ambitious” with branding, but here they are, taking it a step further. The iconic French brand is trying to deliver somewhat of a perfect blend, between what a watch connoisseur appreciates and what fashionistas choose to wear every time they go out for a night on the town.

The movement inside the Louis Vuitton Voyager GMT watch is a Swiss automatic at base, probably tweaked by Louis Vuitton craftsmen; it operates at 4Hz and offers a 42-hour power reserve. Also worth mentioning are the exhibition caseback and that the movement features a custom “LV”-style automatic rotor.

Pricing for the Louis Vuitton Voyager GMT watch stands at $6,100 for the steel version with the leather strap, and you’ll have to pay $6,500 more if you want it on the steel bracelet; last but not least, $18,700 will get you the watch in 18k pink gold.

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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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