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Hublot’s partnership with artist Richard Orlinski produces timepieces that blend their respective universes with great finesse. The Classic Fusion Chronograph Orlinski is no exception. It boasts a sculptural faceted case inspired by the artist’s colored resin creations, surmounted by a twelve-sided bezel. The black dial provides a refined display with no numerals on the hour ring. There are two versions available: Titanium and Full Titanium.
The self-winding movement of the Classic Fusion Chronograph Orlinski comprises 155 components oscillating at a standard frequency of 4Hz, rendering a power reserve of 42 hours. Its oscillating weight and components are visible through the sapphire back of the case. The model features central tapered dauphine-shape hands and is equipped with either a rubber wristband fastened with a folding clasp or links machined from light and robust material used to create the case.