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Extremely Rare - Hublot Big Bang King Power Diver Oceanographic 4000"Monaco" 48mm Titanium, Black Dial, Black Rubber Strap, Limited 1000 Pieces Oceanographic 4000 in the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco with the presence of HRH Prince Albert II and Sir Alex Ferguson Released on June 6, 2011 In association with the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, Hublot Big Bang King Power 48mm Oceanographic 4000M Replica watches unveils a diver's watch able to withstand the pressure exerted in a depth of 4,000 meters.
It is a symbolic view. The 4000 m watch. A watch developed for pushing the limits of what's rational and potential. It's taken 18 months of research, testing and development to present, today, the Oceanographic 4000, a watch that can be worn on dives to depths of 4,000 meters, under extreme pressure - an outstanding technical achievement. In association with the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, Hublot Big Bang King Power 48mm Oceanographic 4000M Replica watches unveils the initial diver's watch able to withstand the pressure exerted in a depth of 4,000 meters, roughly 13,120 feet.
Hublot describes it as a symbolic watch that pushes the limits of what is is rational and potential. The watch required 18 months of study, development and testing to complete. Find pricing and availability inside. Hublot Big Bang King Power 48mm Oceanographic 4000M Replica isn't only honoring the history and legacy of the institution, but has also selected to present its active support to the preservation and study of the seas by making a financial donation to the missions and scientific surveys conducted by the Institute. Hublot asserts that nearly all the features of this Oceanographic 4000 are exceptional concerning design, development and production. Hublot Big Bang King Power 48mm Oceanographic 4000M Replica tested the seal to 5000 meters in a Roxer tank.
The flange crown that sets the dive time is at two o'clock for simple accessibility and more comfortable use. It's unidirectional, again for security reasons, using a bayonet fitting and protected through an oversize crown shield for extra safety and effortless operation when managing diving equipment. The second crown, for winding and setting the time and date, is positioned in 4 o'clock to prevent obstruction.