Con­ceived with the same ap­proach used for de­sign­ing a car at the Fer­rari De­sign Cen­tre and in­te­grat­ing Hublot’s watch­mak­ing ex­per­tise, the Techframe Fer­rari 70 years Tourbillon Chrono­graph opens a new chap­ter in the part­ner­ship that unites Hublot and Fer­rari. The Techframe Fer­rari 70 Years is avail­able in three ver­sions - King Gold, PEEK Car­bon, and Ti­ta­nium - each of which is pro­duced in 70 limited edi­tions. Un­der the bon­net of this thor­ough­bred is a Tourbillon Chrono­graph driven by a move­ment that was de­signed and de­vel­oped by Hublot: the new HUB6311 cal­i­bre with man­ual wind­ing of­fer­ing a 5 day of power re­serve. The sin­gle-but­ton chrono­graph - one but­ton for the start­stop-re­set func­tions, is han­dled by an orig­i­nal lever in Fer­rari red an­odised alu­minium. Treated with ruthe­nium an­thracite, this finely tuned “en­gine” also stands out by its im­pos­ing tourbillon that is vis­i­ble on the dial. Thanks to an in­ge­nious con­struc­tion prin­ci­ple, this in­no­va­tive mech­a­nism of­fers both the aes­thet­ics of a fly­ing tourbillon and the op­er­a­tional sta­bil­ity of a tourbillon with two pivot points. This dou­ble ad­van­tage is made pos­si­ble by a sap­phire crys­tal, which is prac­ti­cally in­vis­i­ble, placed above the cage that ro­tates once a minute and holds the up­per part of the tourbillon us­ing a bridge. The Fer­rari logo is clearly vis­i­ble at the 9 o'clock po­si­tion whilst the Hublot logo is at 5 o'clock.

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