Hublot Project F BangLike Audemars Piguet and the recent introduction of their Royal Oak Offshore Singapore Grand Prix Chronograph, Hublot has created a watch with a split-seconds chronograph that pays tribute to Singapore's Formula One racing event. The watch, the Hublot Project F Bang Big Bang Chronograph, will also benefit the Make A Wish Foundation who's aim is to help children suffering from life-threatening illnesses to realize their dreams. The charity donation is a joint effort between Hublot and the exclusive distributor of Hublot watches in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia - The Hour Glass. The Hour Glass has pledged 5% of the retail price for every F-Bang Hublot sold in its Singapore and Malaysia locations.

Hublot Project F Bang Big Bang ChronographThe Hublot Project F Bang was created with the intention of launching during the inaugural Sinagapore F1 Race. The watch is a world first, featuring a Split Second-Hand Chronograph with a left hand crown and pushers. It has a 44.5 mm all black ceramic case with red kevlar accents on the sides of the case, and the pushers and crown are black with red kevlar. The bezel is made from black ceramic and the dial is an all black design with the exception of the red 12 at the top of the dial and the split second hand which is red and white. The case is on a rubber strap and has a black PVD-coated steel deployant buckle. The watch is water-resistant to 100 meters, and will be available in a limited edition of 100 pieces.

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