Hermes Cape Cod Grandes Heures

Hermès’ latest creation, the Cape Cod Grandes Heures, is an invitation to lengthen your most precious moments and to shorten the most mundane ones. This is reflected by the movement of the hands that accelerate at times or take a more leisurely pace at others. Everything, from the rectangular case to the finely engine-turned dial with its stylized hourmarkers, is designed to break the monotony of a conventional watch face. While the minutes and seconds on this unusual watch count off the 60 markers at a traditional pace, the hours are quite happy to follow their own schedule. An elegant expression of the passing hours that breaks with all conventional practices and offers a new way of measuring time: your very own!

Movement Automatic, Grandes Heures module, 133 components, 42-hour power reserve
Functions Hours (variable speeds), minutes and seconds
Case 316 L stainless steel, 36.5 x 35.4 mm
Water-resistant to 50 m / 5 ATM
Dial Silvered or anthracite
3 hour displays available
Bracelet/Strap Matt havana brown or graphite alligator
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  • Kiwi Gas says
    A good wristwatch says a lot about a man, and this little beauty exudes confidence, success and gravitas. Such a pity so few choose to wear a wristswatch at all these days, let alone a decent one.

    You never saw James Bond checking the latest time on his cellphone.
  • Wow, like the case design, but having the numbers in the wrong places would really start to chap my khakis after a day or two. Still hoping for a review of NZs only watchmaker, the incredible Magrette... Come on Frank, sort it out!
  • Jabes says
    meh who needs a watch or time for that matter wake up when its light go to bed when its dark - sorted!

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