“Fusion is life. It’s a philosophy. A concept so simple that it is child’s play. Therein lies the key to success: innovation which reveals this self-evident premise”—Jean-Claude Biver, chairman of Hublot

Ricardo Guadalupe & Jean-Claude Biver

Fusion and innovation are both qualities that are ingrained in Hublot’s identity as an innovative watchmaker who is always on the look-out to create the next ‘it’ watch that captures the imagination. Since its inception in 1980, Hublot has been driven by The Art of Fusion philosophy. The same philosophy that brings iconic partnerships and unusual choice materials. Here are three more watches from Hublot that will continue the tradition.

Techframe Ferrari 70 years Tourbillon Chronograph

Celebrating Ferrari’s 70th anniversary this year, Hublot joins hand with the carmaker for a special chronograph designed by Ferrari but crafted by Hublot.

“The styling of the Techframe Ferrari 70 Years Tourbillon Chronograph underlines the performances of the watch and no component is there by chance,” explains Flavio Manzoni, head of design of Ferrari.

For evidence of Ferrari’s ingenuity, look no further than the crown. The latter, located at four o’clock, is raised by a black PVD Titanium insert decorated with the famous Prancing Horse, which reduces the size of the watch to the greatest possible extent, and increases its aerodynamic look. Furthermore, the red push-button is strategically placed to facilitate its use—even when driving—and makes the design more ergonomic. Clearly visible at the nine o’clock position is the Ferrari logo, while Hublot’s logo is placed at five o’clock.

Underneath the bonnet is the HUB6311 calibre with manual winding that offers five days of power reserve. The Techframe Ferrari 70 Years Tourbillon Chronograph is available in three versions: King Gold, titanium and PEEK, each produced in 70 pieces.

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Spirit Of Big Bang Sapphire

“Hublot is a family whose products all share the same DNA, and sapphire is one of them. A fascinating and very demanding material whose total transparency requires an absolutely perfect level of finish,” shares Ricardo Guadalupe, Hublot CEO.

After the MP-05 ‘LaFerrari’ Sapphire, the Big Bang Unico Sapphire, it’s now the turn of the emblematic barrel-shaped case of the Spirit of Big Bang to become transparent. With the new-found transparency, comes the unveiling all of its construction and its skeletonised movement, resulting in ultra-lightweight and a minimalist style.

Thanks to 3D machining and almost 100 hours of work, the Spirit of Big Bang Sapphire is nearly as hard and scratch resistant as diamond. The upper part of the case with the bezel, the two end caps and the lower part including the back and the crystal revealing the movement, are made from four blocks of machined sapphire.

Released in 250 limited pieces, the Spirit of Big Bang Sapphire is powered by the HUB4700 calibre, self-winding skeleton chronograph movement with 50 hours of power reserve.

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MP-09 Tourbillon Bi-Axis

Dubbed the first Hublot multi-axis tourbillon designed for unique visibility, the MP-09 Tourbillon Bi-Axis is aimed at providing a maximum of visibility on the tourbillon—and its fascinating double rotation—and highlighting the 100% manufacture calibre—HUB9009.H1.RA with self-winding tourbillon bi-axis skeleton movement and an impressive 120-hour power reserve. The latter is displayed in a gauge at nine o’clock.

The bi-axis tourbillon undertakes a complete rotation per minute for the first axis and a rotation every 30 seconds for the second. Contributing to the appearance is the dial, whereby several levels of alternating black, white and red make up its construction.

Available in either titanium or King Gold, the MP-09 in titanium is limited to 50 pieces, whereas the MP-09 in King Gold is produced in 20 pieces.

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