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Hublot Classic Fusion AeroFusion Chronograph UEFA Champions

With the return of the UEFA Champions League, Hublot launches the new Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph

As the official licensed watch partner of the UEFA Champions Leagyue, Hublot has time and again announced many timepieces dedicated to this prestigisou league and the game it is involved it. This again again, with the UEFA Champions League moving into the Round of 16 stage, Hublot pulls a hat trick out of its treasure trove and launches a brand new timepiece – the Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph.

This is an exciting day for fans of European football, who will be tuning in to the next round of UEFAChampions League games this evening all over the world. They will see the famous Hublot referee boards used by the fourth official, and from today, they can also wear the beautiful blue ceramic Classic Fusion AeroFusion ChronographUEFAChampions League, a watch made for football fans. Hublot loves football!”, says Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO of HUBLOT.

The newly launched timepiece features a variety of details that is dedicated to the UEFA Champions League. From its smoky midnight blue ceramic case in 45mm to the blue rubber strap, the timepiece is a pure joy to look at. The three-dimensional and graphic dial is created by the architectural form of the HUB 155 skeleton movement which also serves as a platform for the transparent sapphire dial. What further adds to the overall charm of the watch is the applied hour markers and twin counters for the chronograph minutes and running seconds look like they are floating in the air over the movement below. While the overall watch showcases subtle hints dedicated to the league, the sapphire under the 3 0' clock counter is where one will notice the repeating star motif of the UEFA Champions logo.

The Classic Fusion AeroFusion Chronograph UEFA Champions edition watch is powered by the HUB155 automatic calibre and clocks in a power reserve of 42 hours.

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