Hublot Oceanographic 4000 – Titanium and all sorts of-Black Versions
After 18 several weeks of research and testing Hublot has revealed the very first diver’s watch created to withstand pressure in a depth of four,000 meters. The timepiece was created and built in colaboration with the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, an initial for that museum. On June 6 the Hublot Oceanographic 4000 was revealed within the primary aquarium in Monaco, with HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and Jean-Claude Biver, Boss of Hublot attending. Their bond will start in the “DEEP Ocean Conference” on October 13 of the year in the Oceanographic Institute of Paris, where Hublot would be the primary partner.
The big “King Power” situation measures 48 millimeters across and will come in both a micorblasted satin-finished titanium and matte carbon fibre. The titanium version is restricted to 1000 pieces, as the carbon fibre is restricted to simply 500 pieces. The dial remains safe and secure having a azure very with anti-reflective treatment, as the situation-back is made of microblasted satin-finished titanium or microblasted satin-finished titanium with black PVD. The timepiece continues to be licensed to 400 ATM or 4,000 meters an examined to five,000 meters based on the NIHS standards.
The reference amounts 731.NX.1190.RX and 731.QX.1140.RX are powerd through the HUB1401 mechanical movement with automatic winding. Comprised of 180 parts and 23 jewels the movement enables for any 42 hour energy reserve. The timepiece is finished having a whether black rubber or rubber and nylon material strap with tongue and buckle closing system in titanium or black DVD titanium. The titanium version includes a retail cost of $19,900 and also the carbon fibre version is $25,900.