Congratulations with a creation from Jean Claude Biver.
It is a huge watch, for big wrists.
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Sometimes it makes fun to invest anticyclical It was not too easy... ...to get one out of 500… ...but finally I found it in Vienna. Luckily the parcel service was working instead of the crisis... ...and now I sit at home... ...very pleased with my latest ...
I really like the porthole..
Interesting about luxury branding with regard to packaging...MSRP on Dark Side black black $12,200.00 comes with this packaging Guessing Hublot $30,000.00...? And yet certain others Patek etc..not fancier..and if so what?...24K hinges?..Interesting. ...
Yes, this is really interesting!
However, for me it is quite irrelevant how big or how luxurious the packaging of a watch is. Usually it is too big and often rather difficult to store. Grand Seiko offers a rather practical box, as AP does it as well.
Congratulations with a creation from Jean Claude Biver. It is a huge watch, for big wrists.
The diameter is 45 mm, but it fits much more better on my rather small wrist than a 44 mm ROO Chrono.
Thank you very much!
I must confess that I had to overcome some doubts, but they all were scattered when I opened the box...
Thank you very much, FabR!
You are right - Hublot had the process of creating this special ceramic patented. As I heard, this ceramic harder than other ceramic used for watch cases (1,500 instead of 1,300 Vickers).