TAG Heuer New Meridiist in Diamonds

Jul 04, 2009
The latest two versions of the TAG Heuer Meridiist phone reflect the major values of the brand - exquisite craftsmanship, utmost precision and powerful aesthetic appeal.

Having created its successful Meridiist model in 316L stainless steel and with a non-scratch 60.5-carat sapphire crystal display, TAG Heuer has provided the device with a new, high-technology finish and impressive design.

The Meridiist comprises more than 430 mechanical components, many of which have been suggested by the legendary TAG Heuer chronograph models. Every instrument is manually assembled by one specialist responsible for its construction from start to finish.

The latest phone collection has been inspired by the TAG Heuer Grand Carrera Calibre 17 RS 2, reflecting TAG Heuer racing DNA and innovative spirit. The communication instruments are created in a heart-winning combination of black, white and red.

The TAG Heuer Meridiist phones are developed as precision instruments that allow to monitor time via a dual time display, including an OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) screen found at the top.

The phone, provided with an ultrasensitive antenna for assured reception, has a dual-function switch to monitor incoming calls. The device is also fitted with a loudspeaker, able to produce 100dB at a distance of 5 cm. One more advantage of the Meridiist is an exceptional battery life, implying 28 days of stand-by power or 7 hours of continuous time for talk.

The most precious version of the two Meridiist Diamonds phone models is adorned with 1232 diamonds, with a total weight of 7.4 carats. The gems are meticulously set in rows stretching along the angled sides of the phone body, and frame the display screen.

There is also a discreet diamond set shaped as a small shield, representing the TAG Heuer logo, on the camera shutter on the back part of the phone.

TAG Heuer has also created a lighter version of the Meridiist adorned with 208 diamonds, with a total weight of 1.3 carats – the gems are set in delicate rows above and below the display screen. The back of the phone reveals a diamond-encrusted shield.

Ladies will be charmed by the feminine models of the Meridiist phone. The keypad’s opposing call buttons are adorned with a green, East African Tsavorite garnet and a precious red ruby.

The back of the female version of the phone has a white alligator cover, while the male version has a black cover, accentuating the diamonds’ texture and brilliance.

The TAG Heuer Meridiist Diamonds is housed in a glossy wooden “jewelry” box.

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