Hublot Classic Fusion World Exclusive

The Watch Gallery has partnered with Hublot to launch a new worldwide exclusive, the Hublot Classic Fusion Automatic and Chronograph. Limited to just 15 pieces each, Hublot has created the exclusive watches using The Watch Gallery blue brand colours on the dial and tinted open case-back. The new watches were timed to launched on the first day of SIHH 2014.

This is the first time Hublot has ever fused ceramic and titanium together on a Fusion 45mm model and the first time it has featured a tinted blue open case-back design. The Automatic Classic Fusion (£7,500) comes on a black, alligator leather strap and the more sporty Chronograph Classic Fusion (£9,600) features on a black rubber strap. Housed within a 45mm polished and satin-finished titanium/ceramic case, both watches have the Hublot logo engraved on the crown and feature a 42 hour power reserve.


“In Hublot, we have found the perfect partner. Their sense of independence, savoir-faire and the fact that the manufature is one of the most respected in Switzerland really resonated with the needs of our customers. What was key for us was to team up with a brand that shares the same values as The Watch Gallery. Hublot is known for producing limited editions but they normally do so on the Big Bang models, they have very rarely done one on the Fusion, so it’s quite an exclusive for us to have managed to do this. This new partnership really cements The Watch Gallery as the world’s leading online retailer for luxury watches.” 

 The Watch Gallery Director of Buying & Merchandising, Adrian Maronneau

“We have worked with The Watch Gallery because we share many things: our customers, our level of service – with quality being the first service we both offer to our customers – and our passion for advice. At The Watch Gallery, you know you will be getting expert advice.”

Hublot Chairman Jean-Claude Biver

This is the fourth time The Watch Gallery has partnered with a brand to create an exclusive timepiece, previous collaborations include the Bell & Ross Aviation (with a few pieces still available), the Zenith El Primeo (with just one watch left) and the Bremont MBII (which has sold out).