Meet Hublot Classic Fusion Skeleton Tourbillon Black Ceramic Watch

Feb 18, 2013
Hublot unveils its new Classic Fusion Skeleton Tourbillon Black Ceramic watch. The novelty demonstrates a sleek and contemporary look mixed with a timeless elegance reflecting traditional watchmaking values.

The new Hublot watch is presented with a satin-finished and polished black ceramic case. The case accommodates a resolutely graphic hand-wound skeleton tourbillon movement - MHUB6010.H1.1. The mechanism was designed, developed and produced independently in the brand’s workshops.

The 155-component, 19-jewel movement is operating at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour. The movement gives an advantage of a 120-hour power reserve.

On the dial, the time is indicated by the hands inspired by those featured by the very first Hublot timepieces. This way, the watch’s designers paid tribute to the history of the brand. The dial is completed with black coated, polished indexes.

The "Classic Fusion" case measures 45 mm in diameter. It incorporates a black ceramic bezel with vertical satin finishing. It is fixed by six H-shaped titanium screws, countersunk, polished and locked. The face of the Hublot watch is shielded by a sapphire crystal with interior and exterior anti-reflective coating.

The bezel lugs are rendered in black composite resin. The crown in polished black ceramic bears the brand’s logo.

The timepiece is 30-meter water-resistant. It is teamed with a black alligator leather strap stitched onto black rubber. It is fitted with a black PVD steel deployant buckle.

The new Hublot Classic Fusion Skeleton Tourbillon Black Ceramic watch will be available in a limited edition of 99 numbered pieces.

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