Hublot's newest watch, which is slightly different from nearly all of their other limited editions. Despite the incessant stream of new watches from Hublot (it seems like one is released on nearly every anniversary of any event), the new Meca-10 is special. Not only does it have a 10-day power reserve, but it uses a rack-and-pinion system in the power reserve indicator. However, other than this small, but significant change, the watch essentially features no other differentiating features. No design changes were made and Hublot's "Magic Gold" made its debut some time ago. For those still unfamiliar with "Magic Gold", it's major advantage is the hardness (almost 1000 Vickers). More simply, it can be scratched only by diamond, useful, but the watch should be refinished every two or three years with servicing. The 45mm watch is a limited edition of 200 pieces. Not sure why this watch isn't on Hublot's website yet, but here's the link to the titanium version.
Here's another limited edition from Hublot, celebrating the partnership between Hublot and Ferrari. Although there is nothing truly innovating about this watch (as there was with the first watch), it's still a nice watch.