Hublot Classic Fusion Skeleton Tourbillon
by Kyle Stults on March 09, 2012
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Baselworld 2012:   I think that Hublot’s decision to develop on its “classic” line starting several years ago was a good one, particularly for those with “Big Bang” fatigue.  Hublot continues developing the line this year with the Hublot Classic Fusion Skeleton Tourbillon.  I wrote about a simpler version of this same watch last month (the Classic Fusion extra-thin skelelton), and now in addition to the tourbillon it also appears that Hublot has tweaked the design a bit (for the better).  This is the first time that the “Classic Fusion” is fitted with a tourbillon movement, a logical progression of the line.  In fact, the Classic Fusion line started in 2008 with a simple 3-handed mode with a date window, then last year gorgeous Classic Fusion chronograph model, and now we get the tourbillon + skeleton.

Hublot Classic Fusion Skeleton Tourbillon

limited edition 50 pieces in each titanium and red gold

45mm satin-finished titanium or King Gold case, automatic mechanical manufacture tourbillon movement