Hublot Oceanographic 4000 for Only Watch 2011
Here is a first look at Hublot’s “unique piece” for the Only Watch 2011 charity auction in Monaco.Hublot recently pulled the veil of its newest timepiece, the Oceanographic 4000, for the 4th Only Watch edition. This watch is the first of many technology-packed wrist watches that will soon roll out of Hublot.
The robustly-spec’d watch declares Hublot’s bold spirit and technical prowess, while its use of red and white indexes and hands is meant to symbolize the colours of the Monaco flag (Monaco being the location of the ONLY Watch 2011 auction). The watch allows for time-reading at 4000 meters below the sea, making sure you keep an eye on the time, during dive-time.
Complete with a carbon fiber case and composite resin sides, carbon fiber bezel and black PVD titanium crowns and screw, the wrist watch measures 48mm and uses a Swiss automatic Hublot caliber HUB1401, with power reserves enough for 42 hours. In addition, the Oceanographic 4000 takes its name directly from the “Musée Océanographique de Monaco” (Monaco Oceanographic Museum) with which Hublot enjoys a partnership.