Hublot is known as a fearless and pioneering brand in the watches industry. With Classic Fusion, they show it again in 2020 with the Brand’s newest creation of a gold watch on a rubber strap in 1980 that they broke with conventional codes and laid the foundations for its own vision of Haute Horlogerie.

Hublot has reinvented its 1980 Classic Original to mark its anniversary, an iconic example of its disruptive approach. Straddling past and future, horological tradition and technical innovation, this 2020 edition are available in a mechanical version: an icon that works various materials, finishes and modern and classic technologies into three new models.

Classic Fusion

The new Classic Fusion models capture the elegance and timeless refinement of the 1980 Classic Original, as well as four decades of ceaseless exploration and innovation. The black lacquered and polished dial is ultra-understated, featuring only faceted hands, an applique Hublot and an H logo.

The 45 mm case, made from yellow gold, titanium or black ceramic, includes the famous screws on the bezel and a sapphire crystal case back and sits on a timeless, easily adjustable rubber strap with a triple deployment clasp for added comfort.

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Classic Fusion

These signature details add a contemporary touch to the first Hublot watch, lending these models a beautifully timeless character. Marrying original design with comfort, the 1980 Classic Original quickly captivated a discerning public seeking a unique horological product.

Hublot’s founder, Carlo Crocco, had in mind a practical, robust and wearable model for all occasions. At the time, Hublot was the first watch brand to boldly combine precious gold with a modern rubber developed in its own workshops.

Classic Fusion

A happy marriage between two such disparate materials was something no one else had imagined. These were the origins of the ‘Art of Fusion, an exploratory approach to materials underpinned by technological research and a fearlessness that has characterized Hublot for 40 years.