Ferrari and Hublot Unveil Their Big Bang 60th Anniversary Watch

Big Bang Ferrari Limited Edition 60th anniversary 5 photos
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Big Bang Ferrari Limited Edition 60th anniversaryBig Bang Ferrari Limited Edition 60th anniversaryBig Bang Ferrari Limited Edition 60th anniversaryBig Bang Ferrari Limited Edition 60th anniversary
Hublot and Ferrari are long time pals as the Swiss luxury watch maker is the official timekeeper of the Italian supercar manufacturer and its Formula One team. This is why we were already expecting something to be going on, with all the fuss of Ferrari celebrating 60 year of existence in North America. Called the Big Bang Ferrari, the limited edition timepiece is built in just 60 pieces and commemorates the longstanding collaboration of these two innovative manufacturers.
Yes, we want one. And we don't just say that because the case is made out of open back, polished microblasted ceramic and is engraved with a anniversary special edition line. The 60 watches are numbered in red lacquer - Sapphire with interior anti-reflective coating - Ferrari 60th Anniversary Logo. Carbon fiber couldn’t miss, so its creator made the bezel out of the same material the chassis of F1 cars are made. The bezel also features six Black Titanium screws in an H shape.

Everything is exclusive and rare with this collection. You wear it, you’re unique. That is the message Ferrari and Hublot are sending.

A sapphire dial with matte-blue indices and a red-and-white decal make this timepiece look sharp, a true gentlemen’s jewel. The exclusive 1241 Unico flyback chronograph movement, which was developed and manufactured in-house by Hublot, powers the luxury wristwatch and features a 72-hour power reserve.

More watches than F60 supercars

As opposed to the limited edition Ferrari F60 which is supposed to come in only 10 items, fans can at least be happy there’s going to be 6 times more people to benefit of Hublot CEO Rircardo Guadalupe’s wisdom.

Unfortunately, you’ll probably need to go to the bank for this one, as these puppies don’t come cheap. Even though there’s no official price tag for this edition yet, considering that last year’s Hublot Big Bang Ferrari watches sold for up to $43,600, we can expect this one to touch a hundred grand.

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