Extremely limited and numbered to 30 pieces only, the watch is defined by its turquoise-colored 45mm polished, satin-finished ceramic case, inspired by the Gulf of Naples surrounding Capri, as the vibrant hue is also utilized for the second hand, highlighted inside the skeleton dial.
Perfectly enhanced by a white rubber striped strap, the most striking element is directed on the caseback, which depicts the Faraglioni, the iconic coastal and oceanic rock formation eroded by waves. Other notable details include a Caliber Hublot HUB1155 self-winding chronograph movement providing 42 hours of power reserve, titanium hardware, and a stainless steel deployant buckle clasp.
If you’re interested in purchasing, the timepiece is available exclusively at Hublot’s Capri flagship store.
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