(image credit: Hublot) Hublot Oceanographic 4000 | from US$19,900.00 | www.hublot.com
last week, Hublot unveiled the Oceanographic 4000 diver’s watch in association with the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco. this classy yet rugged looking watch is capable of taking to a crazy depth of 4,000 meters (13,123 feet). besides its spectacular feat, this particular handsome watch also makes history for it is the first time Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, with the Institut Océanographique Fondation Albert 1st Prince de Monaco, has given the nod of approval to be associated with a time piece.
the Hublot Oceanographic 4000 is available in the more ‘standard’ titanium version and also a more racy looking black carbon fiber. both model has a limited production run of 500 and 1,000 for the black carbon fiber and titanium model respectively. this 48mm watch comes packaged with two types of strap – one of complete black rubber composition and the other of rubber and nylon combo. if you plan to dive deep with this gorgeous watch, then you better be prepared to shell out $19,900 for the titanium model or $25,900 for the black carbon fiber model. more images after the break.