Some more looks at the Hublot’s Oceanographic 1000m King Power Dive Watch . As a reminder, this watch is the “little brother” of the Oceanographic 4000. Although the watch has not been officially announced by Hublot, I made the first *unofficial* announcement of the watch here at Perpetuelle back in April. The photos below come from Dive(into)Watches blog — a favorite of mine, maintained by Roger Ruegger. Roger has a great article on the Hublot Oceanographic 4000 “The King of Over-Engineering” — just click on over and check it out, along with lots of great hands-on photos (in German but easily translatable). Enjoy the pics!
Hublot Oceanograph 1000 Dive Watch
48mm titanium case, 1000 meter water resistance, internal rotating bezel (operated via 10 o’clock crown), large orange chronograph timing hand, screw down crown with hinged guard, helium valve, quick-change strap system
The strap mechanism also is interesting — all required is to push/depress the triangle button on the case and the movement is inserted/removed — assuming the fit is secure (and I have every reason to assume so), this is a great innovation for a “quick change” strap system: