Two giants of the watchmaking and the automobile industry – Hublot and Ferrari – has once again come together to present their new Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph Watch at the ongoing Baselworld 2017 event.
The watch designed by Ferrari and executed by Hublot, marks the 70th anniversary of Ferrari. The Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph Watch is a limited edition watch in three different of Titanium, King Gold and PEEK Carbon with each version having only 70 pieces of its own.
The watch design has been very thoughtfully and intricately implemented making it light weight though tough by using materials like Carbon and Titanium. Also, the Tourbillon movement makes it sure that you have the most precise hand movement and time-keeping machine.
The Hublot Techframe Ferrari Tourbillon Chronograph Watch is packed up with the HUB6311 manual-wind movement that comprises of 253 component and offering a good-to-go 5 days of power reserve. The movement is made up of Ruthenium-coated Anthracite. The flying tourbillon offers the stability of two pivot points.
The chronograph movements are controlled with a single pusher function for stopping, starting and resetting the watch. This pusher as you can see in the image below is been made with the distinct P485 Ferrari Red color. The other pusher seen at the lugs for the easy strap changing system.
The watch casing is 45mm in diameter and is 14.5mm thick. The crown adjustment is placed at the 4 o’clock position while the chronograph pusher is placed above it with a unique design you won’t find somewhere else.
For the three versions, the titanium version is priced at $127,000, the carbon model at $137,000, and the King Gold version at $158,000.