A number of Swiss watch makers have been associated with different extreme sports such as diving, and others have carved a niche for aerospace customers. Hublot has been making a strong name for itself in the skiing industry. The brand has been associated with skiing for some time with top skiers such as Dario Cologna and Bode Miller serving as its ambassadors. Hublot is also the “Official Watch” for Alpine Discipline and Nordic Skiing at the FIS Ski World Championships.
In line with its objective to stay at the top of the game, Hublot has released the White Aero Bang Garmisch watch available in limited editions. Only 250 pieces of this model will be released during the Championship. Clearly, the timepiece is not just for anyone; it is specifically targeted for skiers and their fans. The watch measures 44.5 in diameter and features a bezel made from steel. The bezel is secured with 6 individual H-shaped counters made of titanium as well as screws. The body is composed of resin inserts, and the winding crown is featured at the 3 o’clock position.
Overall, the Hublot White Aero Bang Garmisch watch offers superior reliability and accuracy. It is powered by the renowned HUB4214 movement that contains 27 jewels and 252 parts.