How To Buy Hublot Introduces Aerofusion Chronograph with Concrete Bezel Exclusively for New York City Replica At Lowest Price

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The partnership between Hublot and Ferrari is currently about five years old, and both will be celebrating Ferrari’s 70th Anniversary together with a brand-new watch made by the Italian carmaker with a fresh new Hublot motion too. For Baselworld 2017, the Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph watch honoring this 70th anniversary will probably come in three variations: King Gold, Titanium, and PEEK Carbon, each of which is going to be a limited edition run of – you guessed it 70 pieces.Hublot and Ferrari have done way more than most car and observe manufacturer collaborations, therefore it is no surprise that rather than slapping some decoration on an existing piece, we see a completely new watch altogether. The highly architectural and bridged style of this watch is far from becoming over-the-top and overdesigned, which can be a relief. It’s aggressive where it has to be without overcompensating, is lightweight and tough (at least when you consider the Titanium and carbon models), and can also be a testament to Hublot’s success of being a serious manufacture in both design and movements.The brand new HUB6311 manual-wind movement inside the Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph is manufactured from 253 parts and contains a 5-day power book. The chronograph is a single pusher purpose for starting, stopping, and resetting the timer. It is an old-school thing of fascination when it comes to timepieces, but I always adore and enjoy the discretion brought by a single pusher. I’m not saying the watch is near discreet, but the pusher is just one of those few splashes of color we see here, aptly completed in P485 Ferrari red. The other red pushers you see by the lugs are for a simple strap changing system, which is always a welcome feature.Looking like a Star Wars helmet for a cyborg, the Hublot MP-09 Tourbillon Bi-Axis watch is not for the faint of heart contemplating design and cost. They have shown that they’re capable of flourishing amid controversy while providing the kind of watches effective at stopping us right in our paths as we drone through our #dailywatch Instagram feeds. The Hublot MP-09 Tourbillon Bi-Axis is priced at $169,000 in titanium, $211,000 at King Gold, and $190,000 for its titanium pavé model.

Designed in collaboration with graffiti and street artist Tristan Eaton, the Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph Concrete Jungle is the latest Hublot to experiment with novel materials.

The bezel is made of concrete, or more specifically concrete mixed with epoxy resin to increase the robustness of the material, a reference to the “concrete jungle” that is New York City.

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On the rear of the watch a collage motif depicted the Statue of Liberty created by Mr Eaton is printed on the sapphire case back, while the artist’s emblem is on the sub-dial at three o’clock.

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The rest of the watch is identical to the standard Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph, with a 45mm case in black ceramic, equipped with the HUB1155 movement, a Sellita SW300 automatic with a chronograph module.

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Price and availability 

The Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph Concrete Jungle (ref. 525.CI.0117.NR.NYC16) is available only at Hublot’s New York boutiques on Madison Avenue and Fifth Avenue, priced at US$19,500.

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