29 May 2008
HUBLOT, "BIG BANG ALL BLACK"
TITANIUM AND CERAMIC SELF-WINDING CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH DATE DISPLAY
REF. 301.CX.134.RX, CASE NO. 689426, CIRCA 2005
Calibre HUB 44, 27 jewels, central rotor in PVD tungsten carbide, the stamped carbon dial with black nickel applied Arabic numerals and indices, pierced hands, three subdials for small seconds, minute and hour counters, aperture for the date, in six-part case with composite resin insert, brushed and polished, ceramic bezel adorned with six sunken titanium screws, transparent titanium back fastened by six screws, two chronograph pushers in the band, PVD stainless steel Hublot deployant clasp, case, dial and movement signed
Dimensions: 48 x 54 mm.
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