The Swiss watchmaking brand Hublot has lately presented its first serious diving watch. Their new hublot king power oceanographic 4000 replica watch appears like the very first Hublot timekeeper that may be described less an costly accessory, however a real tool watch. Well, I've got a feeling that it'll be very costly.
While their previous divers were basically exactly the same sporty (whatever which means) Big Bang watches with added rotating bezels using the diver's scale in it, the brand new timekeeper really means business (while still protecting the overall form of the King Power replica series.)
To begin with, at impressive 48 millimeters across, it's not big. It's huge. It's massive like Titanic and maybe even such as the iceberg that sunk it.
Also, made to withstand enormous, frightening pressure water 4000 meters here (it's around 400 kilograms per square centimeter there, even nuclear subs can't achieve such depth without their ultra-strong hulls being crushed as an empty can of soda,) the timepiece is outfitted by having an extra-thick 6.5 mm azure very around the front along with a screw-lower titanium situation-back around the rear.
The situation is also made from titanium, a fabric that provides great strength at virtually low density, that makes it lighter than the usual similarly sized watch made from stainless.
As you can tell around the photos, the replica timepiece is outfitted having a fixed bezel (it in some way tells me of Linde Werdelin semiskeletonized watches) using the diving scale moved to some unidirectionally rotating bezel flange.
The flange is operated by having an extra-large bespoke crown, that is easily placed at 2 o'clock.
The unit is protected against the atmosphere having a specifically designed crown guard (that one looks very familiar to crown pads utilized by Panerai.)
Another crown, which is often used for winding and setting the clone HUB 1401 automatic movement, is positioned at 4 o'clock. Besides being quite comfortable for operating the watch, the positioning of the crown also appears like a really convenient positioning that helps to ensure that the part won't all of a sudden bite the rear of your hands.