27 November 2013
HUBLOT. A FINE AND OVERSIZED TITANIUM AND CERAMIC LIMITED EDITION SINGLE BUTTON CHRONOGRAPH TOURBILLON WRISTWATCH
SIGNED HUBLOT, BIG BANG KING POWER AYRTON SENNA TOURBILLON MODEL, NO. 1/8, REF. 707.CI.1179.HR.AES12, CASE NO. 983'030, CIRCA 2011
Cal. 7300 mechanical lever movement, 27 jewels, one minute tourbillon carriage, skeletonised dial, applied baton numerals, two subsidiary dials for elapsed seconds and 30 minute, tonneau-shaped case, black ceramic bezel secured by six screws, single button chronograph mechanism operated through button in the band, glazed display back secured by eight screws, titanium and ceramic Hublot deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
46 mm. bezel width
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With Hublot Certificate of Authenticity, International Warranty, USB, fitted presentation box and outer packaging.
The present watch is numbered 1 of a limited edition of 8 pieces only.
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