Hublot Big Bang Polo de Paris Limited Edition Watch
The watch here started as a record, where a game of Polo had a team getting 80 goals, in an event sponsored by Hublot. Called the "Hublot, Perfect Polo Match," this statement is placed on the back of the as an image on the sapphire exhibition crystal. The "Paris" part of the watch name has to do with the fact that the commemorative match took place in Paris. Hublot is a sponsor of the Swiss Polo team, as part of the Polo Gold Cup Gstaad, and reaffirms their dedication to the sport. This makes polo fans happy I am sure, as well as players on the Swiss team who are pretty happy to each be getting on of these limited edition watches.
It has a 44.5mm case made of titanium and ceramic in all black tones that Hublot is famous for as well as a vertically textured rubber strap. Movement is the HUB44 automatic chronograph. One thing confuses me, so don't let it confuse you. There are two versions of the images of this watch. One with a subsidiary seconds dial at 9 o'clock, and one as seen here without. Another curio of the watch world... Look out for more Hublot polo themed limited edition watches in the future.
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch reviews site aBlogtoRead.com.