Hublot builds on Fusion Mykonos success


Hublot is building on the success of its first Fusion Mykonos limited edition by creating two new models of the same ilk.

In 2012, the first timepiece was created in collaboration with Hublot’s Greek partner Flamme Hellas and Gofas. The two new models are more precious, crafted either entirely from gold or duo-colour titanium and gold.

The new models are in keeping with the theme of blue and white and feature the windmill symbol of Mykonos. These sports watches are 45 mm in diameter and feature a chronograph movement with a date, 280 components, 59 jewels and a 42-hour power reserve.


The case of the gold version is made from Hublot’s exclusive red gold, called King Gold, which is 18ct gold with the addition of 5% platinum. The two-colour version pairs gold with titanium. The dial, which is blue like the Greek waters, features gold coloured indexes and counters. The strap is blue alligator leather sewn onto black rubber.

Only 10 numbered pieces are available in the King Gold 18ct version and 25 numbered pieces are available for the two-colour version. The pieces are exclusively available from the Gofas Boutique.

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