Big Bang Ferrari 305 by Hublot Timepiece Is the Gentlemen’s Gift

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Swiss luxury watch maker Hublot has once again partnered up with Ferrari for a limited edition, exclusive to the brand’s Miami boutique in Bal Harbour. Dubbed the Big Bang Ferrari 305, the eccentric timepieces will come in two forms, King Gold and Titanium, and will feature blue, red and white embellishments as a special nod to Ferrari.
Considering Hublot is Ferrari’s official timekeeper since 2011, it’s quite common for the two companies to work together ever know and then and launch a new edition. It’s not a rule, but as far as we can tell most of the new watches they released is are limited editions. We all know this is just average marketing and that there is nothing really that unique with every wristwatch model they release.

But let us take a closer look at the timepiece in question. Unveiled at a private party in Miami about a month ago, Hublot showcased the new timepieces among an eclectic setting of modern art that adorned the walls of the showroom.

The Big Bang Ferrari 305 in King Gold and Titanium both feature a sporty, yet sophisticated design and come with a 45mm case. The blue, red and white embellishments featured in the watch straps, counters, hands and minute tracks reflect the iconic colors for which Ferrari is known. A chronograph pusher at 4 o’clock features the Ferrari logo, and the Ferrari decal is placed on the dial at 9 o’clock.

Each watch will come with its own engraved number which reads 0 to 25 for the King Gold edition and 0 to 50 for the Titanium model. With a power reserve of 72 hours, the timepieces are water resistant to 100 meters and each clock comes with interchangeable straps made of blue and black leather on rubber.

Since the price of the exclusive watch is on request we can’t tell what the exact sum is, but considering a previous similar model (Hublot Big Bang Ferrari King Gold Limited) carried a list price of $43,600 (EUR 35,068) to $45,900 (EUR 36,918), it’s quite sure it’s not going to be cheap.
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