Over the years, there have been a number of different Hublot MP Replica models, and the MP-09 is the most recently updated iteration. A thirteenth MP model has been added to the catalog, the Hublot MP-13 Tourbillon Bi-Axis Retrograde features a bold titanium case that houses a new manufacture movement with a dual-axis tourbillon, a power reserve indicator, and a bi-retrograde display for both the hours and minutes.
Crafted from brushed titanium with a black-finished center section, the case of the Hublot MP-13 Tourbillon Bi-Axis Retrograde Replica measures 44mm in diameter by 16.7mm thick, and while it represents an entirely new case, it also offers a familiar profile that visually connects it to the rest of Hublot’s modern lineup.
While the bezel still features the Big Bang collection’s signature exposed screw design, the 6 o’clock side curves into an opening that surrounds the asymmetric three-dimensional sapphire crystal that extends to create a two-sided display window for the bi-axis tourbillon at the bottom of the display.
The reverse side of the case gets closed up by a screw-on display caseback, while a signed winging crown at the 3 o’clock location offers access to the movement, and just like many other high-concept Hublot models, Cheap Hublot Replica water resistance for the new MP-13 comes in at 30 meters to protect against daily moisture exposure and incidental contact. Additionally, just like the various Hublot Big Bang watches, the case of the new MP-13 features an integrated lug design that connects to a rubber strap with a matching titanium deployant buckle.
Although a significant portion of the face of the new Hublot MP-13 Tourbillon Bi-Axis Retrograde is open-worked in order to showcase its advanced manufacture movement, its power reserve indicator and bi-retrograde display are prominently displayed on the dial of the Hublot Swiss Replica. The dual-retrograde displays for the time appear as two arcs along the periphery of the dial with the minutes on the outermost scale and the hours positioned directly inside of it.
A pair of centrally-mounted skeletonized hands point out the current time against the two scales, while an off-center power reserve indicator occupies the upper half of the display and adds a small red highlight to the dial of the watch. Extending from the lower half of the face is the bi-axis tourbillon, which is proudly displayed through the curved asymmetric crystal and mounted without an upper bridge in order to permit an unobstructed view of its dual-axis rotation.
Powering the Hublot MP-13 Tourbillon Replica Watches For Sale is the new HUB6200 manufacture movement. Consisting of 374 components, the Hublot HUB6200 is a 44-jewel, manual-wind caliber that runs at a frequency of 21,600vph (3 Hz), while offering users a 4-day power reserve. The bi-axis tourbillon on the lower half of the dial makes one full rotation every minute along one of its axes, and another rotation every thirty seconds along the other.