Hublot celebrates Mexico’s 200th independence anniversary with limited edition King Power timepiece


Hublot has decided to join in Mexico’s Independence Day celebrations. To commemorate the nation’s 200th independence anniversary, Hublot has announced a special limited edition watch. The celebratory watch is a special edition of the King Power that features symbolic colors of the flag of Mexico. A beautiful timepiece from the luxury watch brand, it pays tribute to the fighters in the first movement. A patriotic watch for every Mexican, it even features an illustration of the “Grito de Dolores” symbolized by the bell that Hidalgo rang that morning of 1810. The watch is available in two versions, ceramic and Gold King. The case measures 48mm in size and the bezel with black ceramic microspheres or King Gold satin black rubber drain has six titanium screws in the form of H in relief.

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The timepiece features Corona De titanium or black PVD Gold King satin black rubber insert. The cover skeleton of the timepiece is in green and red while the movement is Chronograph, skeleton automatic loading, size HUB4201 Hublot. Boasting of a 42 hour power reserve, this patriotic timepiece has a black Correa De alligator with green stitching adjustable strap. A limited edition creation, it is definitely a must buy. The ceramic version is restricted to just 150 individually numbered timepieces, while the Gold King version is even more exclusive with only 50 individually numbered units.
An exceptional creation, it promises to appeal to every citizen of Mexico.
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