The Hermès H08 Chronograph takes to the Stage with a pop of orange

Hermès enriches its Hermès H08 collection with one of the most recognizable complications in a vibrant color scheme

This year’s Watches and Wonders Geneva saw Hermès unveil a vibrant addition to its Hermès H08 collection. In particular, the collection welcomes a new mono-pusher chronograph model with orange touches that accentuate the displays’ overall coherence and legibility. The black-gold-treated and blackened dial showcases a combination of white and orange transferred minutes track and orange-varnished seconds and counters hands to add balance and contrast. At the same time, the satin-finished and polished titanium bezel tops a textured case middle, while the black PVD-coated crown incorporates an orange-rimmed mono-pusher at 3 o’clock. Powering the watch is the Hermès H1837 mechanical self-winding movement coupled with a chronograph module. With its colorful touches, sporty spirit and urban allure, the Hermès H08 Chronograph wonderfully echoes the masculine universe of the house.


This discreet, intuitive singlebutton monopusher activates the chronograph’s start, stop and reset functions through successive presses


Sculpted from a block of multi-layered composite material, the cushion-shaped case of the Hermès H08 Chronograph is composed of both carbon fiber and graphene powder


The Hermès H08 Chronograph model is paired with an orange rubber strap featuring a structure reminiscent of Hermès weaving