Very Rare - Hublot King Power Diver Oceanographic 4000 "Monaco" 48mm Titanium, Black Dial, Black Rubber Strap, Limited 1000 Pieces Oceanographic 4000 in the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco with the existence of HRH Prince Albert II and Mister Alex Ferguson Printed on June 6, 2011 In colaboration with the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, Hublot unveils a diver's watch in a position to withstand pressure exerted in a depth of four,000 meters. It's a symbolic watch.
The initial official meeting in the partnership will be the "DEEP Sea Conference" to get held on October 13 within the Oceanographic Institute of Paris, where Hublot will be the primary partner. Hublot claims that almost all the options in the Oceanographic 4000 are exceptional with regards to design, development and manufacturing. Hublot tested the seal to 5000 meters in the Roxer tank. To be sure the watertightness in the watch also to resist this extreme pressure, the synthetic azure very is 6.5mm thick. The screw-lower situation back includes grade 2 titanium.
Shipwrecks, for those their foreboding size, hide their secrets on the smaller sized scale, beckoning the diver in the future closer, peer in and discover their real tales. This is also true for that dive watch on my small wrist, the Hublot Big Bang King Power Oceanographic 1000. It's a watch that initially glance is about massive dimensions but upon closer examination, reveals some surprising details.As for specs, well stay tuned for the full details I’ve basically told you what you need to know — but at a glance and most notably you can see that the Hublot King Power 4000m Diver is fitted with an inner rotating bezel that is adjusted via the crown on the upper right side of the case.