Hublot reaches new depths with King Power watch

First published: 08-06-2011

Those who are looking for a diver's watch which is unlike any other on the market may want to check out a new device from Hublot.

Entitled the Hublot King Power 48 mm Oceanographic 4000, one of the highlight elements of this timepiece is the fact that it can still function even when worn at depths of up to 4,000 metres.

In order to meet such standards, the watch was made to meet the specifications set out by the international standards of Swiss watchmaking.

To make the time keep on ticking, Hublot has included a 6.5mm synthetic sapphire crystal and a screw-down case back.

Consumers may also be attracted by a 48mm titanium case and the fact that the dial, flange and hands of the timepiece are each covered in a coating of SuperLuminova, so that time can be read even in the darkest of surroundings.

Those hoping to find a sports watch may also be attracted to Hublot, after the brand recently honoured late Formula One icon Ayrton Senna with both the King Power Ayrton Senna and King Power Tourbillon Ayrton Senna tickers.


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