Hublot, a prestigious Swiss watch making company founded in 1980, just launched the limited edition of official licensed watch for the FIFA World Cup and made the most prestigious agreements in its history. Hublot became the official timekeeper of FIFA world cups which will be held in 2010 and 2014 in South Africa . Hubot was the first luxury brand to be involved in this field and this is the first time in the history of FIFA World Cup that a watch making brand will serve as the official timekeeper and have a presence on the substitution board.
The watch encased inside a 44mm diameter 18carat rose gold casing has FIFA World Cup Trophy engraved on its back. With sapphire being the crystal, it has an interior with anti-reflective treatment. The crown is 5N solid gold. The dial face is beautifully made in satin finished 18 carat gold, beveled and polished. The main plate is sandblasted and rhodium- plated. Alongside it also sports gold watch hangs, gold appliqués and a relief appliqué of the FIFA World Cup Trophy at 6 o’clock. Its Swiss automatic caliber HUB1112 movement is adorned by 21 jewels and comes with 28,800 vph, a 42-hour power reserve and 50-meter water resistance. It comes with adjustable black alligator gummy straps and the screws are made of Titanium.
So for all those football fans out there the ball has rolled. It’s time to grab your own exclusively elegant watch. Sadly there are 100 numbered pieces so better hurry. This classic fusion model is available at MSRP of $29,500.