Hublot Big Bang King Power Diver "Oceanographic 4000 Monaco", Black Dal, Limited Edition to 1000 Pieces - Titanium on Strap

$18,995

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Ref. No. 731.NX.1190.RX
Code 11833
Movement Automatic
Case material Titanium
Bracelet material Rubber
Location United States, New York, New York
Price $18,995
Availability On request

Caliber

Movement Automatic
Movement/Caliber HUB1401
Power reserve 42 h
Number of jewels 23
Frequency 28800 A/h

Case

Case material Titanium
Case diameter 48 mm
Thickness 23.4 mm
Glass Sapphire Glass
Dial Champagne
Dial numerals No numerals

Bracelet/strap

Bracelet material Rubber
Bracelet color Black
Clasp Fold clasp
Clasp material Titanium

Functions

Date

Others

Center Seconds, Luminescent Numerals, Luminescent Hands, Limited Edition, Screw-Down Crown, Helium Valve

Description

Extremely Rare - Hublot Big Bang King Power Diver Oceanographic 4000 "Monaco" 48mm Titanium, Black Dial, Black Rubber Strap, Limited 1000 Pieces Oceanographic 4000 at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco with the presence of HRH Prince Albert II and Sir Alex Ferguson Published on June 6, 2011 In association with the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, Hublot unveils a diver's watch able to withstand the pressure exerted at a depth of 4,000 meters. It is a symbolic watch. The 4000 m watch. A watch developed for pushing the limits of what is rational and possible. It has taken 18 months of research, development and testing to present, today, the Oceanographic 4000, a watch which can be worn on dives to depths of 4,000 meters, under extreme pressure - an exceptional technical achievement. In association with the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, Hublot unveils the first diver's watch able to withstand the pressure exerted at a depth of 4,000 meters, or about 13,120 feet. Hublot describes it as a symbolic watch that pushes the limits of what is is rational and possible. The watch required 18 months of research, development and testing to complete. Find pricing and availability date inside. For the first time, the famous Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, with the Institut OcÃÂanographique Fondation Albert 1st Prince de Monaco - names well known in the fields of marine studies, research and conservation - have agreed to be associated with a watch. The Oceanographic 4000 was unveiled on June 6 in the main aquarium in Monaco before HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of Hublot. By choosing to support the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, Hublot is not only honoring the history and heritage of the institution, but has also chosen to give its active support to the study and preservation of the oceans by making a financial contribution to the missions and scientific surveys conducted by the Institute. The first official meeting of the partnership will be the "DEEP SEA Conference" to be held on October 13 at the Oceanographic Institute of Paris, where Hublot will be the main partner. Hublot claims that almost all the features of the Oceanographic 4000 are exceptional in terms of design, development and manufacturing. Hublot tested the seal to 5000 meters in a Roxer tank. To ensure the watertightness of the watch and to resist this extreme pressure, the synthetic sapphire crystal is 6.5mm thick. The screw-down case back is made of grade 2 titanium. The 48mm case is made of grade 2 titanium and limited to an exclusive 1000 pieces. The elapsed-time reading method has been made as safe as possible, using an internal rotating flange which is unidirectional and rack-driven, with a dive time indicator that is placed as close as possible to the dial to minimize the risk of inadvertently altering the dive time. It also makes the dive time easier to read. In accordance with the standard, the Oceanographic 4000 has a minute scale on which the five-minute periods are clearly highlighted. The watch is fitted with two screw-down crowns with O-ring seals. The flange crown which sets the dive time is at 2 o'clock for easy access and more comfortable use. It is unidirectional, again for safety reasons, with a bayonet fitting and protected by an oversize crown guard for extra safety and easy operation when handling diving equipment. The second crown, for winding and setting the time and date, is positioned at 4 o'clock to avoid obstruction. Finally, the Oceanographic 4000 has a helium valve which allows gases that have infiltrated the watch during the descent to safely escape during the ascent. The valve fitted to the Oceanographic 4000 is made of stainless steel, positioned at 10 o'clock, visible from the left-hand side lug. The watch comes with a tongue and buckle strap. This type of fastening is more secure than a folding clasp for this type of use, and is easier to handle when using gloves. The buckle design is original, as is the method of attachment to the case. Small push buttons are built into each end of the case, allowing the strap to be changed instantly without the use of a screwdriver or other accessory. Also known as: Hublot 731.NX.1190.RX, 731NX1190RX

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