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Tristan Eaton Helps Design The Hublot Aerofusion Concrete Jungle Watch

By Victor Baker


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Hublot Aerofusion Concrete Jungle

Hublot has teamed up with the renowned street artist Tristan Eaton to unveil a new exceptional watch called Aerofusion Concrete Jungle. Designed as a tribute to New York City, this beautiful timepiece shows off a 45 mm case and a bezel constructed with concrete elements, featuring design cues made by one of the world’s most acclaimed muralists.

This watch actually represents Hublot’s first foray into the world of concrete, with a case that has been micro-blasted with black ceramic and a bezel that’s a mix of concrete and epoxy resin with black composite resin bezel lugs. On the back, this watch is equally appealing, featuring a colorful collage of the Statue of Liberty on the case back, which pays an interesting homage to the art of fusion.

Hublot Aerofusion Concrete Jungle

Powering everything up is Hublot’s in-house HUB1155 self-winding skeleton chronograph caliber, with 207 parts and backed-up by 48 hours worth of power reserve. Attached to a black rubber strap, with black textile and stitching, or a black rubber and gray calf leather strap with gray stitching, the Hublot Aerofusion Concrete Jungle will be produced in a limited run of only 50 pieces, each of them priced at $19,50.

Considering that this watch is honoring one of the world’s most iconic cities, and it bears Hublot’s name and it’s produced in pretty limited run, it should definitely be on your mind the next time you go shopping.

Hublot Aerofusion Concrete Jungle

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About Victor Baker

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