Hublot Launches King Power Fc Bayern Munich Kings Bayern Munich Limited Watch
In line with the start of the 2012-2013 football season, Hublot launched the Bayern Munich Club exclusive limited edition King Power King Watch. As the official timekeeping partner of the German Football Champions Record Keeping Club, this watch developed for Bayern Munich has a central 45-minute timekeeping function designed to strengthen the close cooperation of the team for football matches.
The King Power FC Bayern Munich watch was launched earlier this week by Jean-Claude Beaver (Chairman of Hublot), Karl Heinz Rummenig (Bayern Munich Football Club) Board members) and some players of Bayern Munich FC (including Ribery, Boateng, Van Bitten, Gustavo, as well as new aid Sakiri and Pizarro).
Karl-Heinz Rumenig, left, attending the press conference with Jean-Claude Beaver
The King Power FC Bayern Munich watch is limited to 200 pieces, with a 48 mm titanium case and a titanium bezel covered with black rubber. Bayern Munich’s team logo is located at 3 o’clock on the sapphire crystal dial. At the same time, the dial design uses the club’s representative color (red and traditional Bavarian light blue and white), which makes the hour and minute scale circle more dazzling. This watch is equipped with HUB4245 automatic winding skeleton chronograph mechanical movement, which can provide 42 hours of power reserve.
Hublot King Power FC Bayern Munich
In the 2011-2012 UEFA Champions League final, Bayern Munich lost to Chelsea and another football club supported by Hublot Hublot, Manchester United, lost to Barcelona in the finals of the previous season (official timing: Seiko), there is no doubt that Mr. Beaver hopes that the two clubs will create better results this season.