Billed as a disruptive, creative and technical timepiece, Hublot has revealed the MP-13 Tourbillon Bi-Axis Retrogade.
Sporting a satin-finished and polished, 44 mm titanium case — coupled with a black-lined rubber strap, replete with a deployant buckle clasp fashioned from the same hard-wearing yet lightweight material — the Ref. 913.NX.1170.RX is endowed with the Nyon-based brand’s HUB6200 calibre, a manual-winding tourbillon movement offering a generous power reserve of 96 hours. Time is displayed on a matte-black dial, visible through anti-reflective sapphire crystal. Water resistance is rated at 30 metres.
Limited to only 50 pieces, the latest timepiece from the Swiss luxury watchmaker is priced at CHF 150 000, which, at the current Rand-Swiss Franc exchange rate, amount to R3 100 239.88.