If one thought that the timepiece released by Hublot for a price of $5 million was astronomical, it may be mentioned that this watch saw immediate success among the rich and famous. This has prompted the watchmakers Hublot to launch one such priceless timepiece in association with luxury automakers – Ferrari. Ricardo Guadalupe, chief executive of Hublot was in Auckland on Friday night to launch the Ferrari Big Bang Watch. It is being offered in two versions, a titanium version and a magic gold version which retail for $32,000 and $43,000 respectively.
The Big Bang Watch which is launched in partnership with Ferrari will be an added feather in Hublot cap as both these companies share the same valued of state of the art technology, intrinsic design, unsurpassable quality and passion. The watch was launched in New Zealand, where though the market is small, customers welcome the classy things in life where the company expects to sell about 150 units of this watch per annum.
Guadalupe is sure that the current economic satiation and Euro zone crisis will not affect sales. Markets are showing encouraging results while Partridge Jewelers who are dealers for Hublot watches has registered a growth of 25% while demand for these up market Hublot watches which retail for between $20,000 to $40,000 is seeing increased demand in New Zealand.