9 December 2014
Hublot. A Limited Edition Ceramic, Rubber and Nomex Automatic Skeletonized Chronograph Wristwatch With Date
Signed Hublot, Genève, No. 60/100, Big Bang, Congo Model, Ref. 710.CI.1190.NR.CG011, Case No. 894'345, Circa 2011
Cal. 4214 automatic lever movement, 28 jewels, pierced King Power rotor, skeletonized dial, outer chapter ring with red baton hour numerals, red hands, red tipped chronograph hand, three subsidiary dials for 30 minute register, small 12 hour register, and constant seconds, date aperture at 4 o'clock, large tonneau-shaped water-resistant-type case, rubber bezel secured by six screws, two rectangular chronograph buttons in the band with rubber inserts, sapphire crystal display back secured by eight screws, titanium and ceramic Hublot buckle, case, dial and movement signed
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Accompanied by an undated Hublot Certificate of Authenticity confirming the present example is number 60 of 100, Hublot International Warranty Card showing date of purchase as April 18th, 2013, Hublot presentation box, and outer packaging.
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