Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Hublot Classic Fusion “The Island” Limited Edition

Through the past couple of years, the luxury Swiss watch manufacturer Hublot has presented several watches honouring cities or countries in the Middle East. The latest to emerge in the region is the Classic Fusion “The Island”, collaboration between Hublot and its partners, Bahrain Jewellery Centre.
Hublot’s ongoing vision is to develop luxury timepieces that ‘fuse’ tradition with innovation; this is clearly reflected in Bahrain’s special Classic Fusion “The Island”, which combines the brand’s exceptional craftsmanship, with touches reminiscent of Bahrain’s flag -with the red straps- and of its thirty-three islands -depicted on the case back glass.
Created by Hublot exclusively for its customers and those of Bahrain Jewellery Centre, this unique timepiece is limited to thirty-three watches and will be available in Bahrain only.

Technical details
Model: CLASSIC FUSION “THE ISLAND” 45mm
References 511.NX.8170.LR.BAH16, Titanium 45 mm
Limitation: 33 watches

Case
Satin-finished and polished titanium
Bezel: Satin-finished and polished titanium
Diameter: 45 mm
Thickness: 10.95mm
Water Resistant: 5 ATM (50m)
Bezel Lug: Black composite resin
Screws «H»: Polished Titanium
Glass: Sapphire with anti-reflective treatment
Crown: Polished titanium with engraved HUBLOT logo
Case back: Satin-finished titanium engraved "SPECIAL EDITION"
Case back glass: Sapphire with interior anti-reflective treatment + "The Island" logo printed

Dial
Lacquered and polished red
Appliques faceted, polished and rhodium plated
Hands: Polished rhodium-plated hands

Movement
Hublot Calibre HUB1112
Type: Self-winding movement
Dimensions: Diameter 33.5 mm (15’’’); Thickness 4.25 mm
Date: Rectangular window at 3.00
No of Components: 63
Jewels: 21
Frequency: 4 Hz (28'800 A/h)
Power reserve: 42 Hours

Straps
Strap 1: Black rubber and red alligator with white stitching
Strap 2: Black rubber and black alligator with black stitching

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