The watch celebrating this year and last year are extremely similar and there are only minor differences.
Celebrating the third year that Hublot is the Official Timekeeper for the Bol d’Or Mirabaud (a regatta race), which is held on Lake Geneva.
The two watches are extremely similar with only minor differences between the two. The new watch has a ceramic case over a steel one, a blue bezel, filled hands rather than skeleton ones, plus blue rubber instead of black on the strap. The 45mm watch is powered by the HUB 1143 self-winding calibre, it features a chronograph function in addition to the time of the day and date indication. The new watch is finished off with a PVD steel deployant buckle.
It will be a LE of 77 pieces and the caseback is finished off with the silhouette of Lake Geneva.
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