Friday 22 July, 2011 - 15:00 PM EDT
Hublot Oceanographic 4000
In association with the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, Hublot unveils a diver's watch able to withstand the pressure exerted at a depth of 4000 metres.
It is a symbolic watch. The 4000 m watch. A watch developed for pushing the limits of what is rational and possible. It has taken 18 months of research, development and testing to present today, the Oceanographic 4000, a watch which can be worn on dives to depths of 4000 metres, under extreme pressure - an exceptional technical achievement.
For the first time, the famous Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, with the Institut Oceanographique Foundation Albert 1st Prince de Monaco - names renowned throughout the world in the fiels of marine studies, research and conservation - has agreed to be associated with a watch. Quite some symbol.
Thus, on 6 June 2011, in the main aquarium in Monaco dedicated to the preservation of specimens of marine animals, the "Oceanographic 4000" has been officially unveiled in the presence of HRH Prince Albert II of Monaco, Robert Calcagno, CEO of Oceanographic Institute, Sir Alex Ferguson and Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of Hublot.
By choosing to support the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, Hublot has decided not only to honour the history and unique heritage of the prestigious Monaco Institution, but has also chosen to give its active support to the study and preservation of the oceans by making a financial contribution to the missions and scientific surveys conducted by the Institute.
The first official meeting of the partnership will be the "DEEP SEA Conference" to be held on October 13 at the Oceanographic Institute of Paris. Hublot will be the main partner.
A genuine instrument with technology developed to the extreme, ergonomics for efficiency and ease of handling, this watch was conceived and designed to push the limits of the possible.
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