Hublot F1 King Power Monza Watch - Tribute to Italian Grand Prix Circuit

Sep 13, 2010
The luxury watch brand Hublot, the official timekeeper of the famous F1 racing competition, has proudly unveiled its F1 King Power Monza watch.

Offered in a limited edition of 200 pieces, this novelty draws its inspiration from the fastest Italian Grand Prix circuit.

The new Hublot sports watch catches and holds the gaze with its charismatic design. It is also distinguished by high-tech materials, employed in its manufacturing.

The 48 mm watch is clearly identifiable by virtue of red-tinted sapphire crystal, which lends it incredible brightness. The crystal layer, covering the dial, is applied with hour-markers and the F1 logo, nestled at 9 o’clock, which produce an amazing three-dimensional effect.

The indices and hands, featured on the black open-worked dial, are highlighted with red Superluminova.

They coordinate perfectly with red stitching on the strap and the red Formula 1 Monza inscription, presented on the micro-blasted black ceramic bezel. All red-painted elements pay tribute to Italy’s most famous motor racing color.

Alongside with the eye-catching hour, minutes and seconds hands, the display also comprises chronograph counters, located at 3 and 6 o’clock.

They are kept company by a date indication, arranged at 4.30. The adjustment of the functions described is accomplished by a PVD-treated titanium crown, featured at 3 o’clock.

Ticking inside this amazing timepiece is a reliable Calibre HUB4400 movement, manufactured entirely in the brand’s workshops. It offers an advantage of 42-hour power reserve.

The new Hublot watch is teamed with a strap, crafted from black rubber and Nomex, a flame-resistant material, used in manufacturing racing overalls and gloves. The strap is artfully embellished with the aforementioned red stitching.

The F1 King Power Monza watch, the newest member in the brand’s Formula 1 models, was officially introduced in the Monza paddock in the presence of Formula One Group CEO Bernie Ecclestone, Enrico Ferrari, Director of the Autodromo di Monza, Hublot Managing Director Ricardo Guadalupe and Hublot marketing director Valerie Servageon Grande.

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