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Hublot Limited Edition Arsham Droplet

Hublot And Daniel Arsham Redefine Luxury With The Limited Edition Droplet

Blending antique form with futuristic materials and design.

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$ 88,000

Renowned Swiss watchmaker Hublot has partnered with acclaimed contemporary artist Daniel Arsham to create the limited-edition Arsham Droplet. This groundbreaking timepiece reimagines the classic pocket watch, blending antique form with futuristic materials and production methods. The Arsham Droplet can be used as a pocket watch, a pendant, or an eye-catching table clock.

The Arsham Droplet is a testament to the fusion of Hublot’s technical mastery and Arsham’s distinctive artistic vision. Crafted from a harmonious blend of titanium, rubber, and sapphire crystal, the watch reflects Hublot’s unparalleled attention to detail and commitment to innovation. The ergonomic design measures 73.2mm in length, 52.6mm in width, and 22.5mm in thickness, fitting perfectly in the hand for an immersive horological experience.

At the watch’s heart lies Hublot’s iconic Meca-10 manufacture movement, boasting an impressive 10-day power reserve. This ensures the timepiece can be enjoyed for extended periods without frequent winding, enhancing the user’s connection with this unique creation. Limited to just 99 examples, the Arsham Droplet is a true collector’s item and a masterpiece of modern watchmaking.

Presented with two titanium chains featuring Hublot’s patented double “one-click” system for seamless attachment, the timepiece can be worn in multiple ways or displayed as a sculptural centerpiece. The open-worked titanium case, with domed teardrop-shaped crystals, resembles delicate lace woven in a droplet pattern. It is complemented by custom Arsham Green rubber bumpers and the artist’s monogram. The Arsham Droplet is priced at $88,000 and incorporates the latest advancements in watchmaking technology, boasting a water resistance of 30 meters.

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