Hublot recently pulled the veil off its newest timepiece, the Oceanographic 4000, for the 4th Only Watch edition. We’ve had quite a few astounding timepieces showing up for Only Watch 2011, including the 2011HM4 by MB&F, the L.U.C Engine One Tourbillon and the Urwerk UR-103 Phoenix. This watch is the first of many technology-packed wristwatches that will soon roll out of Hublot. The watch allows for time-reading at 4000 meters below the sea, making sure you keep an eye on the time during dive-time. The watch sports red and white indexes, honoring the Monaco flag, while it gets its name from the “Musée Océanographique de Monaco” (Monaco Oceanographic Museum). Complete with a carbon fiber case and composite resin sides, carbon fiber bezel, and black PVD titanium crowns and screw, the wristwatch measures 48mm. It uses a Swiss automatic Hublot caliber HUB1401, with power reserves enough for 42 hours. A perfect timepiece for the punctual watch-crazy undersea diver!
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