The new Tag Heuer Meridiist Diamant collection features two phones, one ( lighter version) with 208 diamonds totaling 1.3 carats and the other (grandest version) with 1232 diamonds totaling 7.4 carats. The latter is also known as the “imperial regalia of mobile phones”. TAG Heuer is taking its elegantly designed and intelligently engineered Meridiist to new levels of luxe with the introduction of two, ultra-glamorous models adorned in pavé diamonds and precious gems stones.
The grandest version of the two models boasts 1232 diamonds totaling 7.4 carats, finely set in rows along the angled sides of the phone body, as well as framing the display screen. A discreet set of diamonds in the shape of a small shield – the form of the TAG Heuer logo – rests on the camera shutter on the back of the instrument.
For those who prefer a bit more subtlety but no less glamour, the lighter version houses 208 diamonds totaling 1.3 carats, that file in delicate rows above and below the display screen. The diamond-encrusted shield on the back of the device offers a discreet flash of brilliance when the piece is held to the ear in conversation.
All Meridiist communication instruments are furnished with a non-scratch 60.5-carat sapphire crystal display, a hypoallergenic stainless steel body and bespoke digital engineering. The Meridiist contains over 430 mechanical components, many of which are derived from the legendary TAG Heuer chronographs. The entire instrument is assembled by the hands of one specialist overseeing its construction from start to finish. An overall perfect coordination of technical, aesthetic and mechanical attainment makes the Meridiist a pioneer in many fields.
The Meridiist Diamant phones are come with in a glossy wooden jewelry box and are expected to sell for between $10,000 and $30,000.
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