Ten years later, the new version retains its hallmark distinctive case which is crafted to resemble the letter H, but has been augmented with a glossy coat of black or white lacquer on the case.
Owners can select from two case sizes: small (21mm x 21mm) and medium (26mm x 26mm) and a number of brightly coloured leather straps.
Each watch also boasts a white or black varnished dial which has been given a transparent lacquer coating along with the case, while other notable features include an AR coated sapphire crystal on the front and water resistance up to 30 metres.
The collection features 8 strap colours in two lengths: single tours and double tour straps, the latter wrapping around your wrist twice. The watches are powered by Quartz movements and can be purchased at Hermès boutiques worldwide.
Founded in Paris in 1837, Hermes has grown to become one of the world’s most famous luxury labels.