Promotion: Hublot’s LaFerrari Lets Your Wrist Take A Spin


Hublot LaFerrarii - angleUniversally known for the concept of the “Art of Fusion,” Hublot has furthered its reputation as champions of innovation with the introduction of the Masterpiece MP-05 LaFerrari at Baselworld 2013.

 

Completely designed, developed and produced by the engineers and watchmakers at the Hublot manufacture,  the  watch’s movement further distinguishes itself with its 50-day power reserve — a world record for a hand-wound tourbillon wristwatch. Conceptualized with the input of the Ferrari team, a complex, shaped sapphire crystal echoes the sports car’s outline, as does the caseback, which is made from black PVD titanium.

The creation of Hublot’s newest limited-edition timepiece should come as no surprise: the Swiss watchmaker has long been an innovator in its field and is at the forefront of research into the latest high-tech materials. The brand has previously made headlines with the creation of its “Magic Gold” alloy, a scratch-resistant metal that is a fusion between pure gold and boron carbide.

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2 Responses to “Promotion: Hublot’s LaFerrari Lets Your Wrist Take A Spin”

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  1. Benjamin katz

    It is a distortion when a watch in honour of a car costs more than the car itself…
    Nothing against the innovative design and technique but obviously its price makes no much sense.

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  2. OMEGATALON

    The problem with some watch designers is that they seem to forget what is the purpose of the device they’re designing as the owner off a watch must be able to tell what time it is at a glance and designing something which requires deciphering serves no one except for the designer especially if you require a special drill like tool to wind the watch and then a second tool to set the time, it’s fortunate that the $300K watch will be limited to a production of just 50 units.

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