Welcome Hublot Big Bang Chrono Tourbillon Ferrari Watch

Nov 22, 2011
The new Hublot Big Bang Chrono Tourbillon Ferrari watch is a result of fruitful collaboration between the timepiece maker and the Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari. Officially presented in Guangzhou, it pays tribute to the 20th anniversary of the first Ferrari car sold in China.

The new Hublot watch is delivered in a 44mm carbon fibre case. Its imposing bezel is produced from the same material and bolted down to the case with 6 H-shaped black PVD-treated titanium screws. The top of the case is covered by a red sapphire crystal with Hublot transfer.

The model’s lugs are done in black composite resin. The same material is employed in manufacturing of the lateral inserts. At 3 o’clock, the case features a satin-finished winding crown with a black rubber insert. At 2 o’clock, it is joined by a satin-finished black push-piece, touched with a red lacquered accent.

The carbon fiber case-back is also fitted with a sapphire crystal and marked with a “20th Anniversary of Ferrari in China” inscription. The water-resistance of the model is assured down to 100 meters.

The new Hublot Big Bang Chrono Tourbillon Ferrari watch shows off a matt black dial with black nickel indexes as well as faceted and polished hands. Alongside with the basic functions, the dial offers a red 60-minute counter, a chrono minute sub-dial and a power-reserve indicator. The undeniable highlight of the display is the tourbillon mechanism in an opening at 6 o’clock.

Driving the functions is a HUB 6300 column-wheel chronograph movement, built on 35 jewels. Linked to the tourbillon, it comprises 269 individual parts. The caliber incorporates a circular-grained black gold main plate, a Glucydur hairspring and carbon fiber bridges. The mechanism supplies a respectable power reserve of 120 hours.

The new Hublot watch is attached to an adjustable black rubber and black Porosus Hornback crocodile strap with red stitching. It joins to a Big Bang micro-blasted black PVD-treated titanium deployant buckle. The model is offered in a limited edition of 20 individually numbered pieces.

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