With this piece, Hublot again demonstrates its “Art of Fusion,” skillfully combining traditional watchmaking values and expertise of the future. The watch is named Hublot Big Bang Chrono Tourbillon Ferrari, and it combines a single-piece chronograph movement with one of the most demanding horological complications – a tourbillon. In the spirit of true racing gear, the watch is crafted from carbon fiber, with titanium and rubber inserts.
The watch-case has a diameter of 44 millimeters and conceals a column-wheel chronograph movement HUB 6300. Along with tourbillon, and astonishing 120 hours of power reserve, the movement offers power reserve indicator, visible from the dial side.
Matte black dial is partially openworked to reveal the beating core of a watch. From the face, dial reveals polished nickel inserts and a large 60- minute counter, graced with Ferrari Horse. On the right side, the face reveals 30-minute counter and power reserve indicator, while attractive tourbillon cage dominates the lower portion of the dial. Perhaps the most intriguing detail is the unusual red-tinted sapphire crystal glass, that gives this watch its unique appeal.
Hublot Big Bang Chrono Tourbillon Ferrari is water resistant to 100 meters and moutned on an adjustable black rubber strap or black Porosus Hornback crocodile strap, with red stitching. Reference number 308.QX.1110.HR.SCF11
Author: Marina Milojević
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