Hublot Aerofusion Moonphase Titanium

Cheap Hublot Replica Watches is not a brand known for its keenness. Whether you think it is a good thing or a bad thing, it is. LaFerrari’s experimental watches, all of which are sapphire’s “Big Bang” time-pieces, are in line with the weirdness of contemporary artists, and are more of Hublot’s speed. But the watch we see today is a relatively limited, fine, three-fold calendar with a moon phase. It is one of the more wearable 42mm shells you can find anywhere. There is no doubt that this is my favorite Hublot.

The watch on the hand is Hubfusion’s Aerofusion Moonphase Titanium 42mm. It was originally released at a larger 45mm size, and this was the first time we saw a new smaller version at Baselworld this spring. It uses the same basic structure as Hublot Replica Watches classic fusion line, which is the company’s less explosive watch collection. This is a wearable watch that can be worn with a suit or t-shirt, and it is well balanced.

The box feels slim, and even at 12 mm thick, the arched integrated lug gives it a little architectural feel. It is made entirely of titanium, mixed with a brush and a polishing lacquer (it is difficult to polish titanium, and when it gets too hot, the metal can easily catch fire). Even the screws on the function panel are titanium. Brushing is a straight line and is a very good implementation. There is a thin, matt black composite between the frame and the housing, which helps the frame actually pop out into the main housing. Although this is much more subtle than many of Best Hublot Replica Watches case designs, those high Poland areas still capture a lot of light, and this is not a shrinking watch purple.

But this table is about sports – what the small mechanical engine can do – and the calendar mechanism you get at work. Internally, the calibre is 1131, an automatic three-calendar, whose moon phase is partially skeletonized (if you want to know it has a Sellita base with calendar work). It cannot be called a complete skeleton because you are not directly observing the movement, but it has already been opened, which allows you to see the work of the calendar. There is no actual “dial”. Instead, you can set a black flange around the edge of the border, with a one-minute track and an hour mark, then an open area in the center. It’s easier to read than you think, but I occasionally find myself having to read the right angle in dim light.

There are four calendar instructions – two in the openwork section and two in the covered moon phase sub-dial. Two of the openwork sections are week and month indicators. They will be displayed on ordinary windows at 12 o’clock, but there are facilities that allow them to become clear in the framework of the structure. These disks themselves are actually just screenshots of letters floating on other moving parts. However, windows have a white background, which makes them in sharp contrast with the gray letters, making them readable. You can also see the spring of the removable disk, which is an interesting addition to the watch.

However, the moon phase display itself may be the coolest part of the watch. Black and white rings surround the open part of the dial, showing the date and the moon phase that contains the center. The phase of the moon is covered by a glittering blue ground, a pair of carved light metal moons, and a translucent black cover to block the moon, which is impossible. There is a lot of visual depth, color, texture, and varying degrees of translucency, which means that the monitor looks different every time you look at it. In these days, I had a watch and I couldn’t help but stare at it.

What about wrist watches? To be honest, this is great. I usually do it in the Hublot-watches-are-way-way-way-too-big-for-me camp, but wearing a close wrist in the case of 42mm titanium fusion is light, you can want. The combination of rubber and crocodile skin may not be my first choice (all rubber, all day long), but it is very comfortable and nice with the overall look of the watch. As I said before, this is still a Fake Hublot Watches – no one will go over, nor will you notice anything serious on your wrist – but I will not describe it as flashy or exaggerated.

This leads to all the important issues of price. The 42-mm retail price of Hublot Aviation’s nuclear fusion moon phase titanium alloy is US$15,600. This is a bit higher than you usually find in a value proposition, but please insist on me for a second. The same watch has a size of $22,400 at 45mm, while gold has a price of $27,700 (42mm) or $40,300 (45mm). There are now several brands selling three calendars at prices ranging from $10,000 to $15,000. There are complete inventory actions and modules, and there is almost no visual difference. This watch offers a truly sophisticated, in a fun and innovative way, in an elaborate packaging, very wearable, with enough eye-catching details to allow the watch to wear after the first few, very Interesting, and all just over $15,000. This is not a budget issue but a value proposition. It sounds very valuable to me.

In the end, there are still some people who cannot forget the sound of the watch at around 8:30 and there are 6 h-shaped screws on the striking slope. well. It is not everyone’s watch. But for me, people usually don’t describe this piece of the coolest watch he sees from the Hublot watch. This watch is a very successful attempt to show off what manufacturing can do and how to sell it to its arrogant style. Audience. I hope Hublot hears my little shout in the dark and I am excited about the new things in March next year.