Hublot Classic Fusion enjoys a series of innovations again
In 2013, Hublot’s two successful product lines, the Aero Bang and traditional Fusion, were blended to introduce the Classic Fusion Aero Chronograph. Available in gold and titanium, this collection got the maximum mileage.
Having an skeleton dialup, the Automatic Chronograph includes the 1155 calibre movement, which provides 42 hours of power reserve. The manufacturer goes deep on greys for the complications, while the dial is not colored unlike its earlier versions. This blends in to complement a look to the bezel that is gilded.
The Blue Moon
The Hublot Classic Aero Fusion witnessed a tremendous fan following. Thus, furthering its mechanics, Hublot upgraded the Aero Fusion with the favorite lunar cycle complication, known as the Classic Fusion Aerofusion Moonphase.
Crystal-cased inside a metal body, the sapphire dial features a motion by flaunting the calendar function. Unlike most moonphase watches, Hublot chose to exhibit the mechanism on its dial using two topographically full moons rotating every 29.5 days. The opening in the lens glass covering the lunar complication highlights that the motion of both the moons .
“Give the guy the correct shoes and see, and see them conquer the world.”
A collection launched in cooperation with the French shoemaker observes of channelling trend that is high in its design Hublot’s lineage. The limited-edition collection comes with a special innovation employing a patented Venetian leather dial embossed with indexes and the Hublot emblem. With only four variations, the Chronograph Berluti celebrates the gist of the term’fusion’. This assortment is limited to 200 bits for Cold Gold each variation, Cold Brown, Bordeaux, and Ocean Blue.
The High Performer
Drawing on inspiration from the world of cars, the Gran Turismo world was entered by the watchmaking firm. And its mutually benefitting collaboration with Ferrari began, to the joy of the luxury watches and automobiles afficionados.
The dial is enhanced with Ferrari design titanium. The skeleton dial boasts the chronograph movement, which features the flyback mechanism that is split-second. This collection is available in the signature King Gold body of Hublot and Carbon, Titanium.