CapeCod series has been the mainstay of Hermes family since 1991. This year, this classic watch collection is reinterpreted in a stylish and elegant way, retaining its curved arcs and unique lugs. The dial has been redesigned with a replaceable strap, and the cases of Tonneau and CapeCodNantucket models are available in silver-the distinctive silver alloy material is uniquely developed by Hermès, which retains its unparalleled brightness forever.
The curved case of the CapeCod watch model has a detailed silhouette, echoing one of the Hermes jewelry masterpieces also inspired by the nautical world: the AnchorChain bracelet.
The sunlight on the CapeCod Peninsula is mottled and diffuses a different atmosphere; the unique light feeling, bright white and deterrent, warm and flowing, like the sun shining on the silver surface. Hermès watch works re-interpret this precious metal material, bringing the exclusive development of silver alloy creations. This new type of silver alloy has a higher silver content than the traditional 925 alloy. It has been specially developed by a person to ensure that the silver alloy can retain its blooming light for many years.
While the CapeCod watch achieves reform with a series of refined brush strokes, its timeless and elegant appearance has been tried for a long time.
The slender and elegant CapeCod Nantucket watch, its elegant lines fit smoothly with the wrist; the case is replaced by the high-quality silver alloy of the previous 925 silver alloy, refracting the flashing light, and the brightness is different. The subtle radian of the case ensures a perfect wrist-like feel, with and without diamond models. The design of the case is inspired by AnchorChain anchor chain links, which can be attached to the wrist with a replaceable strap, emphasizing the precious qualities of the watch.
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