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Not a retailer to be shy from exclusive collaborations, The Watch Gallery released their first limited edition watch with Hublot last year. Other previous collaborations with luxury watch brands include Bremont, Bell & Ross and Zenith. The previous Hublot model was so limited that only 15 pieces were made yet the collaboration was highly successful and now just over a year on The Watch Gallery and Hublot are joining forces once again with a Chronograph Aerofusion model.

The new limited edition has a larger quantity of 25 pieces and is certainly more eye-catching than the previous.

The dial is aesthetically complex and unmissable with rhodium-plated appliques, better known as a skeleton dial, and The Watch Gallery have again highlighted the piece using their vibrant blue. This can be found on the indexes, counter rings and second hand and also on the stitching of the semi-mat black alligator leather and rubber strap. The strap has a ‘HUBLOT’ engraved stainless steel deployment clasp to keep it securely on your wrist-because believe me, you don’t want this expensive piece to fall onto the ground!

The HUB1155 movement is housed in a 45mm polished and satin-finished titanium case with a vertical satin-finished black ceramic bezel, sapphire crystal glass and a polished titanium crown. The case-back allows you to see the automatic movement and is engraved with 'SPECIAL EDITION, XX/25' making each piece unique (Please note that all numbers are allocated on a first-come-first-served-basis). Of course, it is also water resistant to 30m/3 ATM. Not that a Hublot this amazing should ever meet water, but it’s a nice feature to have in case it does.

The Watch Gallery Hublot Limited Edition will be available exclusively from April 1st for £12,500 and will be available from the following locations: Selfridges London, Selfridges Manchester Exchange Square, Westfield London and online at thewatchgallery.com


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