This is the replica Hublot watch hardly seen in market. It is in the Classic Fusion collection and has a skeletonized tourbillon movement.
The brand always has some secrets, and the opinions its shakes out of people are priceless. In a sense that is why Hublot started the Classic Fusion collection a few years ago – to offer something to people who liked the concept of Hublot but didn’t see most of their pieces living on their wrist.
The endeavor was a success for our replica Hublot. Finally the brand had a piece that most of its middle-aged or older retailers, distributors, and older-aged partners would and could wear. Not to mention customers… At SIHH 2013 for example I spotted an overwhelming amount of people wearing various Classic Fusion models. A 42mm wide version on a bracelet even came out this year. Most of these people would never wear a Big Bang, King Power, or otherwise thick and sporty Hublot with their indoor formal attire. It was a smart move for Hublot and it retained the brand’s thematic DNA.
So this Classic Fusion Skeleton Tourbillon is the king of the Classic Fusion family. As the king, it comes in a larger 45mm wide case (that is still rather thin at around 9mm or so thick). What you see in this article are two versions of the watch. One is the Classic Fusion Skeleton Tourbillon 45mm in titanium, and the other is in black ceramic. Both contain movements made in-house by Hublot.
The Classic Fusion collection for replica Hublot came out in 2010, and we covered it here with additional details. There I talked about what the collection means, and more about the design. In a nutshell, you have a thematic return to original Hublot watches from the 1980s as well as a “classically inspired” version of the Big Bang case. Since then, the replica Classic Fusion has exploded with dozens of versions – more than we can keep track of. The case is elegant though futuristic and clearly masculine in its design.
Both in titanium or black ceramic, the Classic Fusion Skeleton Tourbillon is a stunner. There isn’t the inherent showiness of gold, but these are clearly high-end items once you see the movement. Though, with the modern looking angles, the movement is possibly more Spiderman in style.