Hublot launches Classic Fusion Chronograph Special Edition ‘Jose Bautista’ in Canada
After opening to the first flagship store in the northern border in late September, Hublot Replica Watches seems to be committed to investing time and resources to expand its influence in the Canadian market. The next step in this extension is in the form of a new limited edition: the Hublot Classic Fusion chronograph special edition Jose Bautista. The Toronto Blue Jays veteran has been a sports icon for the city for nearly a decade, making him the perfect candidate to join Hublot’s growing list of sports ambassadors.
When designing the new version, the brand said that Bautista had a certain degree of participation in its design – although it was not clear. At the basic level, we have an improved version of the classic fusion magic black. The main changes are its dial, case back and strap. In the elegantly executed list of special editions, we must provide a reputation for Hublot Replica, because the theme here is not excessive. Bautista’s jersey number, number 19, highlighted at 12 o’clock (for some strange reason), inlaid with black diamonds, its running second-needle dial was changed to look like baseball, and its satin sun has a light gray seam Line black dial. We originally thought it would be more logical to place the number 19 at 7 o’clock (19:00 on a 24-hour basis). However, the target audience of this work is more than a baseball fan than watching a geek. I am not exactly if there is, Many cases saw this as a transaction disruptor. Mechanically, this watch is still powered by the Calibre Hublot HUB1143 self-winding chronograph movement for a 42-hour power reserve.
The new version is limited to 19 pieces (once you remove Bautista’s personal watch, 18 pieces) for $15,600. Although the production data for the Fake Hublot Watches standard seems to be a bit low, at least one specific reason is meaningful. Bautista became a free agent after the MLB season. At the time of launch, it is unclear whether the MLB veteran will return to the Toronto Blue Jays in 2018. Now he still has a huge base of fans, but his next family is uncertain, allowing Canadian Hublot retailers to sit on a watch inventory tied to players who are no longer in the country may make it difficult to sell.