Outstanding Hublot Oceanographic 4000 Diver’s Watch
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Created to push the limits of everything that is possible and rational in the world of watch making, the extraordinary Hublot Oceanographic 4000 is a symbol of luxury, excellence, and mind-blowing performance. Capable of withstanding the gigantic pressure that exists 4,000 meters under water, this outstanding diver’s watch was developed by Hublot in collaboration with Oceanographic Museum of Monaco and the Insitut Océanographique Fondation Albert 1st Prince de Monaco.
After 18 months of research, development, hard work, and testing, the 48mm timepiece is finally ready to complete the opulent collections of wealthy watch lovers. The case is made of King Gold, which is 18-carat gold with 5% platinum, and it features two screw-down crowns: one at 4 o’clock, and the other at 2 o’clock. The first is used for setting the time and date and for winding, and the second is used for setting the dive time.
For easy readings, the timepiece has its dial, hands and flange coated with Super-LumiNova paint that ensures perfect visibility from distances of up to 25 meters. With a power reserve of up to 42 hours, and a special fastening system, the watch is designed to ensure a perfect underwater experience to any passionate diver and watch enthusiast.