Hublot Skeleton Watch



  • Case size: Typically ranges from 42mm to 45mm
  • Case material: Often crafted from materials such as Titanium, King Gold, or Ceramic
  • Bracelet material: Can vary, including options like Rubber, Leather, or Metal alloys
  • Movement: Hublot’s in-house Unico movement or other high-precision mechanical movements

Key Features

The Hublot Skeleton Watch is a testament to the brand’s commitment to craftsmanship and innovation. The watch is characterized by its open-worked dial that allows a glimpse into the intricate workings of the mechanical movement beneath. This feature not only serves as a conversation piece but also showcases the technical prowess of Hublot’s watchmaking. The Skeleton Watch often includes additional features such as a chronograph function, a power reserve indicator, and water resistance suitable for everyday wear. The fusion of materials, a signature approach of Hublot, means that each watch may combine traditional and modern elements, resulting in a unique and contemporary timepiece.