Flaunting a brand new design inspired from Orlinski’s angular sculptures, the 45-mm timepiece plays with angles and reflections, as ridges and facets on the watch reflect each other, from the case to the bezel, and from the push buttons to the hands. Twelve facets, one for each hour, comprise the dial, which has been cast in sapphire crystal. The case, crown, bezel and push buttons also feature the facets.
Essentially designing a timepiece that blends vintage flair and neo-futurist styles, the Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph Orlinski is available in two finishes of titanium and blue ceramic, with each limited to 200 pieces only.
For a further look and additional details on this exclusive watch, be sure to read the full story at Hublot.
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