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Greetings. I'm Tim of Govberg, and welcome to the world of Hublot. Today I'll be your guide to the features and facets of the Hublot Classic Fusion Ceramic King Gold. This timepiece is both elegant and versatile. Now you can see starting from the clasp and working our way in, King Gold blazon on the top with the dual, signature H pattern Hublot titanium bolts, but on the inside, thoughtful design continues. Now you can see, even this has been styled, the inner, swing arm. You can see the signature Hublot H cross member and a minder-less system that tucks any excess strap underneath the clasp body, so there's no need for minder loops and excess strap is invisible once buckled. You'll also note a robust, twin-trigger release system within the clasp. Twin-trigger release, both must be depressed. You need positive release before it can pop open. Maximum security afforded your Hublot on the wrist.
Now the strap is a long-time Hublot signature. Since its origins in the early 1980s, as a revolutionary in materials fusion, Hublot has been using natural, vulcanized straps, natural rubber, just like that original Hublot product, paired with a little bit of gold. Precious metal and rubber in juxtaposition with striations on the top for a visual articulation, substance in its cross-section, and you'll note, taper as it blends into the flow of the lugs, very supple on the wrist, also durable and versatile. You don't have to swap it out if you expect your watch to get wet, which is why this is a decidedly surf-and-turf watch option.
Now you can see, the black ceramic allows the watch to be almost indelible. Ceramic, exceptionally hard, kiln-fired material, resistant to scratches, much like a sapphire crystal, but you'll note that it is not undifferentiated. A satin finish has been applied to the hoods of the lugs, contrasting polished metal H-pattern bolts have been inserted, and there's a high polish on the sensuous flanks of the case, again, to set it apart from the both the king gold and the brush or satin-finished portions.
Now, the bezel itself, again, in Hublot fashion, features materials-fusion. Polished titanium H-pattern bezel bolts stand out beautifully against the satin-finished king gold. Now, king gold is an Hublot, proprietary alloy. It's like rose and red gold, only it's even more intense. It finds parallels in the crown, as well as the appliques on the dial.
Now, all of the faceted and polished hour indices are rendered in red gold. There's gilt-style printing on a rich, woven, carbon-fiber backdrop. Again, materials fusion, and skeletonized red gold hands. You can even see the counter-weight of the seconds hand beautifully blazon with the Hublot H. No detail has been unattended.
On the case back of this remarkably simple, durable, and versatile timepiece, we find an Hublot automatic caliber 1112 with a 42-hour power reserve. Now, it boasts smooth, automatic winding in both directions. It also features additional refinements on top of its 42-hour power reserve and automatic winding, it features hacking seconds, so that when you pull the crown you do stop the balance, you halt the seconds hand, and now you can synchronize to a reference time, such as an atomic clock.
Moreover, the watch features a quick-set function for the date, such that you can rapidly cycle it to correct should the watch encounter an irregular month or run down. This 42-millimeter black, ceramic case is beautifully juxtaposed to its titanium elements and the richness of that king, red gold. You can see this, and the entire family of Hublot family of model lines on our website, govbergwatches.com.