The simple silver-looking cases of the simplest models are made of titanium, while the more unusual models have cases made of ceramic or red gold. The bracelets are mostly made of crocodile leather. However, there are also models with titanium or plastic bracelets. The latter is probably due to the fact that the Hublot Classic Fusion Automatic 38mm is waterproof in depths of 50 - 150 m and the wearer should also be able to take advantage of this without ruining his bracelet. The color of the dial is usually the same as the color of the bracelet, but there are tasteful exceptions. For those customers who like it a little less simple, there are also models with the whole dial and case set with small diamonds.
A brand of records
The manufacturer Hublot is based in Switzerland, where the founder, Carlo Crocco, manufactured watches as early as 1975 that had similarities with today's Hublot watches from the very beginning, but have only had this name since 1980. Although Carlo Crocco originally immigrated to Switzerland from Italy, Hublot is now owned by France. On his debut in 1980, Hublot presented the world's first watches with rubber bracelets. But this is not his only record. He is also the manufacturer of the 5 million watch, the most expensive watch in the world.