Hublot Wall Clock - Formula 1 Limited Edition
Take home this Hublot Limited Edition wall clock produced for Formula 1 when it was sponsored by the luxury watch manufacturer.
"Hublot? A different way to progress".
Say those who know this unique Swiss watch company, where each and every moment moves forward to create the future at breathtaking speed. It’s a dream become reality initiated and developed by Jean-Claude Biver, Hublot’ Chairman with Ricardo Guadalupe, Hublot CEO, those men responsible for turning this brand into a genuine success story – faithful to its “Wow!” approach in the world of watchmaking.
This is a limited edition piece produced in just 100 pieces. The design of the clock takes inspiration from a disc brake belonging to a Formula 1 car. The outer The outer bezel recalls the brake disc with its airholes.
- Length 58 cm
- Width 57 cm
- Depth 15 cm
- Weight approx. 15 kg
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