With the Masculine Hublot F1 King Power Tourbillon King Gold Ceramic watch replica (Ref. 707.OM1138.NR.FM010) self-winding watch the young Swiss watchmaking brand keeps exploring the fascinating world of Formula 1 races.
Mounted with six signature H-shaped screws to the huge multi-part case, which is made of brushed rose gold, ceramic and something that looks like black rubber, the bezel looks quite home here.
Maybe it is because Hublot’s designers didn’t overdo it this time and limited their F1 connotations to the bezel and the strap, which is made of black Nomex fiber (widely used in car races, aerospace and other dangerous fields of human activities) stitched with bright red thread onto black rubber.
As one might have expected, the new Hublot F1 King Power Tourbillon King Gold Ceramic comes equipped with a ceramic bezel that imitates a F1-style perforated brake disk.
The mens fake Hublot watch will be issued as a super-limited edition of only 50 pieces and will be officially unveiled next month at Baselword 2011 trade show.
There is still no info regarding the timepiece’s availability and price, but I am positively sure that it will cost like an entry-level sports car.
There is still virtually no info regarding this movement besides the impressive power reserve rating of 120 hours (whole five days!)
Hublot F1 King Power Tourbillon King Gold Ceramic (Ref. 707.OM1138.NR.FM010) watch specification
Movement: Automatic, 27 jewels, 238 parts, HUB7300, Swiss Made
Movement decoration: Black gold-plated and sand-blasted mainplate, satin-finished and black gold-plated bridges
Functions: Hours, minutes, tourbillon, chronograph
Power reserve: 120 hours
Case material: Rose gold
Bezel material: Black ceramic
Case shape: Round
Bezel shape: Round
Case size: 48.00 mm
Lug width: N/A
Case height: N/A
Dial: Black, skeletonized
Water resistance: 100 meters
Strap: Nomex strap stitched onto black rubber with 18-carat King Gold folding clasp
Case back: Sapphire
The Hublot King Power copy watch is animated with the new HUB 7300 caliber that features a beautifully executed tourbillon escapement and a simple chronograph complication.