Heure H Double Jeu

Did you see it? Can you still see it? This humorous naughty uppercase H actually played hide-and-seek … deliberately and quietly disappeared, and then appeared generously.

   Sometimes the trace is hidden, sometimes doubled and highlighted; the disappearance of H is to make it reproduce in a more exciting and striking posture. The HeureH DoubleJeu watch cleverly uses Hermes’ distinctive features. On the vertically inlaid watch, the diamond emphasizes the strong capital H with its brilliance; however, on the horizontally inlaid watch, the H-shape seems to be integrated with the dial, hidden in a brilliant diamond. This fun magic trick re-interprets the spirit of the HeureH watch, highlighting the concept of the watch series originally designed by Philippe Mouquet in 1996.

   Playful and fun, with a modern and modern spirit, the HeureH DoubleJeu watch in its square world shows the contrasting beauty of lacquered texture and shiny diamonds. Its stainless steel case showcases the power of opposing aesthetics. Black or white lacquer is used to create two design combinations, which highlight the H shape in a subtle and delicate way. Whether setting 122 diamonds on H’s vertical strokes or 93 diamonds horizontally in the lower half of the font, combined with 138 diamonds on the dial, this watch hopes to create a segment Have fun and let the contrasting hues and brilliance complement each other. The exquisite doublejeu (double game) makes H prominent or faintly visible.

   The white grained or black Barénia calfskin strap is 3mm wider on each side, and the single-ring strap design perfectly matches the dial width. Did you see it? Can you still see it? The H-shaped strap ring also echoes the totem logo design of this watch.

   With the careful dedication of its craftsmen’s dexterous hands, Hermès has created objects that are compatible with the wearer’s spiritual charm and breath. Born of exquisite and exquisite technology, the illusion is self-explanatory and presents an unexpected lightness and agility. These objects make ordinary daily life become a wonderful stage; each moment that flows quietly becomes a precious time.

   The relationship between time and Hermès is also an object. From the lingering compactness, Hermes extracts the uniqueness of time. In addition to measuring, sorting, and driving, Hermès is bolder in pursuing another view of time: an exciting, free-flowing shuttle, creating a space of joy and fun. Therefore, the HeureH DoubleJeu watch can be called the guardian angel of friendliness, long-lasting and happy time.

dial
White or black paint
Black or white rhodium-plated hands with Arabic numerals
Case
Designed by Philippe Mouquet in 1996, a 316L stainless steel white or black lacquered square case set with 122 diamonds (approximately 0.26 carats)
21×21 mm with 16 mm inner lug spacing
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Water-resistant to 30 meters
Movement
Swiss made quartz movement
Features
Hour and minute display
Leather strap
Interchangeable white grained or black Barénia calfskin strap
Standard width or extra widening
H-shaped band
316L stainless steel pin buckle, 14 mm

dial
White or black paint
Set with 138 diamonds (about 0.3 carats)
Rhodium-plated hands
Case
Designed by PhilippeMouquet in 1996
316L stainless steel white or black lacquered square case set with 93 diamonds (~ 0.2 carats)
21×21 mm with 16 mm inner lug spacing
Anti-glare sapphire crystal
Water-resistant to 30 meters
Movement
Swiss made quartz movement
Features
Hour and minute display
Leather strap
Interchangeable white grained or black Barénia calfskin strap
Standard width or extra widening
H-shaped band
316L stainless steel pin buckle, 14mm