hublot - Hublot Techframe Ferrari Titanium 408.NI.0123.RX
hublot - Hublot Techframe Ferrari Titanium 408.NI.0123.RX

Hublot Techframe Ferrari Titanium 408.NI.0123.RX

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Hublot Techframe A Ferrari Design for a Hublot watch Celebrating Ferrari’s 70th Anniversary

Watchmaker's thoroughbred

Hublot and Ferrari is a limited edition collection that has been the subject of much ink for many years. Each watch or chronograph resulting from this partnership is an edition that Hublot or Ferrari collectors look for as soon as it is put on sale - a watch understood for its rarity, its price and its high standards.

Ferrari and Hublot, a real creative whirlwind

Today, to celebrate Ferrari's 70th anniversary, Hublot has decided to operate a new big bang, a disruptive technique understood by all lovers of the brand. It is a question of creating a watch whose price would not be a limit, a watch worthy of a grand Prix - Formula 1 grand Prix or Watchmaking Grand Prix ! a limited edition watch which would be almost reserved, like some Ferrari, only for those who already own an edition of the brand.
This watch is the Hublot Techframe Ferrari - and it is indeed a big bang in the mixed collection between Hublot and Ferrari, the fusion of the house's styles into a unique and coherent collection. This Hublot Techframe Ferrari is out of the Big Bang or Classic Fusion collection of Hublot, it is a limited edition of 70 pieces that include both a tourbillon and a chronograph. The selling price of the watch (including VAT) is calculated according to these complications here in fusion and the rarity of this limited edition.

A "Grand Prix" edition

If its price is so singular, it is because Hublot and Ferrari have really worked on a rare edition that is held outside the usual grounds of the Nyon manufactory. The Techframe model does not belong to the Classic Fusion collection, nor to the Big Bang collection. It does not give way to King Gold or Magic Gold, the two Hublot alloys, nor to the "full black" trend that has driven so many watches and Big Bang until now. The Hublot Techframe Ferrari watch from Hublot is another kind of big bang watch: titanium skeleton case, tourbillon, single-pusher chronograph, Hublot manufacture movement with 115 hours power reserve, limited edition of 70 pieces. This Hublot Techframe Ferrari watch can therefore only be understood as an exception, the fusion of two extraordinary skills, a "full power" edition for discerning collectors, lovers of a first-rate big bang watchmaker.

Full black, full power

The Hublot Techframe Ferrari watch movement is not based on the Unico, an in-house calibre that has boosted the brand's sales, which gave rise to the famous Classic Fusion and Big Bang. Instead of this Unico (or Unico Chronograph), Hublot has developed a movement dedicated to this limited edition of the Hublot Techframe Ferrari watch, with 253 components and a large part visible on the dial side, like a large part of the Hublot-Ferrari fusion collection.
This chronograph is hand-wound and single-pusher, demonstrating the watchmaking tradition understood by Hublot to make it a "full power" fusion with Ferrari codes. The dial has a "full black" look, as we have already seen on many Big Bang or Classic Fusion models. Tourbillon and chronograph are visible in a good place on this dial. The titanium case by Hublot is reminiscent of the big bang Ferrari made with the entry of its racing chassis, ultra-light and resistant, as if to better protect the tourbillon and chronograph.
This open architecture was obtained at the price of a new design of the traditional watch. This skeleton case does not resemble any existing Big Bang Unico, any "chronograph Unico" model or Classic Fusion and is called "Techframe" for the highly technical construction of its titanium architecture. Here, no need for the King Gold or Magic Gold dear to Hublot, this Hublot Techframe Ferrari watch model is distinguished by the rarity of its material, a creative big bang by which the less material there is in the case, the more resistant it is!

2019, a whirlwind of new products

Hublot and Ferrari in a whirlwind of commemorations. It is the Big Bang that Ferrari and Hublot promise for the 90th anniversary of the Scuderia Ferrari, an anniversary that Hublot will celebrate with much more than one watch. This creative big bang, for each watch, in the Classic or Big Bang collection, will highlight the chronograph in a limited edition for each watch. A comparator will show the differences of each of these "dream watches", in terms of the bracelet, tourbillon, chronograph, selling price (including VAT price), power reserve, material details (Gold Edition, Carbon Edition, Titanium Edition, Ceramic Edition), the composition of the new collection (skeleton or not), as well as a host of other details that, together, will take Hublot and Ferrari to the pole position of a next grand Prix, in a creative tourbillon that will put the chronograph watch back on the wrists of the most demanding collectors! Watches not to be missed at any price, in France and around the world...

Technical specifications

References 408.NI.0123.RX (Titanium) – Limited to 70 pieces 

Case Skeleton in titanium, glossy micro-blasted 

Diameter: 45 mm 

Thickness: 14.80 mm 

Back Titanium, glossy micro-blasted 

"LIMITED EDITION, No. XX/70" engraving in glossy black lacquer 

Crystal Sapphire crystal with internal and external anti-reflective treatment 

Back cover crystal Sapphire with internal anti-reflective treatment, adorned with "Ferrari 70 Years" 

Water resistance 30 metres or 3 ATM 

Dial Sapphire, highlight in matt black varnish, counters in matt black varnish 

Hands Satin finished, Rhodium treated  and white SuperLuminova® 

Screws Black PVD Titanium H-screws, polished head, micro-blasted cavity and notches 

Crown: Titanium, glossy micro-blasted

Insert in black PVD titanium with engraving of the Ferrari logo (Cavallino Rampante), indexed, double sealing system 

Push-button: Lever in Red (Ferrari) anodised aluminium, micro-blasted 

Switch in black PVD Titanium, micro-blasted, polished head 

Movement HUB6311 - Manual winding Tourbillon Chronograph, developed and manufactured by Hublot 

Number of components 253 

Frequency 3 Hz (21’600 Al/h) 

Power reserve 115 hours 

Strap Smooth black rubber (interchangeable) 

Folding clasp in Black PVD Titanium and Titanium or King Gold with Hublot logo filled with glossy black lacquer 

Strap holding system Support block in Titanium, glossy micro-blasted 

2 push-buttons in Red Ferrari anodised aluminium, micro-blasted 

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