Hublot, which has been particularly successful under the management of Jean Claude Biver, is under the loupe with its Skeleton Tourbillon Titanium model from the iconic Classic Fusion Collection.
The model, which is a member of the Classic Fusion Collection known as the brand’s best product line in terms of Hublot DNA and heritage, draws attention with its true skeleton design and Tourbillon feature.
Model fuse The Classic Fusion collection is made from titanium and titanium with a diameter of 45mm, which houses different versions. The case with sapphire crystal windows with anti-reflective coating on the front and back has all the common features of the Classic Fusion design that was introduced for the first time in 2010 and brings the brand's history back to modern times.
The model is offered in the 45mm version of the Classic Fusion case made of titanium. The case, which sports anti-glare treated sapphire crystals on both sides, has all the common features of the Classic Fusion design that was introduced for the first time in 2010 with the “art of fusion” motto.
It is not wrong to say that the watch does not have a dial as the only accents the model has in terms of dial accents are 9 pieces of hour markers and a set of hands finished in black.
The timepiece is powered with the brand’s in-house Caliber Ref. HUB6010. Manual winding movement consists of 155 parts and offers an impressive power reserve of 120 hours when fully wound. The movement, with a total height of 4mm, is mostly finished in black with skeleton style. Thanks to the sapphire crystals on both sides, the movement can be enjoyed in full detail.
As in many models of the brand, the Hublot Classic Fusion Skeleton Tourbillon Titanium comes with a rubber-lined alligator leather strap. The strap is secured with a signed folding clasp.
Hublot Classic Fusion Skeleton Tourbillon Titanium is limited to 50 pieces only and it is offered as a member of the Classic Fusion Skeleton Tourbillon model family among a pair of alternatives as Black Ceramic and King Gold.