Hublot Classic Fusion Watch
Model no. : 511.NX.7170.LR
Year : 2019
Movement : Automatic
Casing : Titanium
Glass : Sapphire Glass
Dial : Blue
Diameter : 45 mm
Bracelet : Leather Strap with Steel Clasp
Condition : Excellent
Accessories : Box and Papers
The origins of Classic Fusion. Hublot means porthole, and the name was inspired by the original design by Italian Carlo Crocco, who came from the Binda Group, which is more famous for the brand Breil (and Wyler Geneva). In 1980, he created a watch that was completely in sync with its time, or maybe even ahead of it.
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About Hublot Watches*
Hublot was founded in 1980 by Italian Carlo Crocco. The company currently operates as a wholly owned subsidiary of France’s LVMH.
To date, Hublot has 80 Boutiques all over the world. In February 2007, Hublot opened its first mono-brand store in Paris, in the Rue Saint-Honoré. The second was opened in the summer of that year, in the Hôtel Byblos, Saint-Tropez. Today, Hublot has a flagship store on Bond Street, London. Hublot’s first launch broke new ground in watchmaking when it paired gold, a precious metal, with rubber. The bezel took the distinctive shape of a ship’s porthole: hublot in French. In 2004 Jean-Claude Biver was appointed CEO of the brand. This larger-than-life figure took the original concept of combining materials even further as “The Art of Fusion”. Big Bang, the brand’s flagship collection, took its cue from the Hublot watch launched in 1980. It immediately went on to claim the Best Design prize at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève. Soon after it was joined by the King Power collection and, later, the Classic Fusion range, driven by extra-thin, UNICO in-house movements. In 2006 the brand launched its Big Bang All Black, and with it introduced the innovative concept of an all-black watch.
*Source Wikipedia – Hublot Watches
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