FIRST LOOK — Check out the new Hublot King Power 4000m Diver! After just lamenting over Hublot’s mostly lackluster 2011 releases, I get this — a titanium King Power with a whopping 4,000 meter water resistance. Yes, it is huge — 48mm. Yes, it is a bit garish. But I LIKE the direction that Hublot is headed with this i.e. big and bad dive watches! As for specs, well stay tuned for the full details I’ve basically told you what you need to know — but at a glance and most notably you can see that the Hublot King Power 4000m Diver is fitted with an inner rotating bezel that is adjusted via the crown on the upper right side of the case, itself which is fitted with a (massive) crown lock system (close-up shown below). I knew you wouldn’t leave me feeling uninpsired for long, Jean-Claude Biver!
Hublot King Power Diver 4000m Titanium
Limited Edition 500
48 mm titanium case, 4000 meter water resistance, automatic mechanical, green-accented rubber strap with titanium clasp
crown-lock system for the inner rotating bezel:
and another look at the King Power 4000m diver