Replica Hublot Classic Fusion Aerofusion Moonphase Titanium 517.NX.0170.LR, it uses the same basic case structure as Hublot’s Classic Fusion line, which is the company’s collection of dressier, less bombastic watches. This is meant to be a wear-anywhere watch that can go with a suit as well as with a t-shirt, and it does a pretty good job of striking that balance. The case is constructed entirely from titanium, with a mix of brushed and polished finishes (polishing titanium is really difficult and the metal is prone to igniting when it gets too hot). Even the functional bezel screws are titanium. The brushing is in straight vertical lines, and is extremely well-executed. There’s a thin matte black composite insert between the bezel and the case, which helps the bezel really pop against the main case body. More Hublot Classic Fusion clone watches.
Replica Hublot Classic Fusion Aerofusion Moonphase Titanium Watch 517.NX.0170.LR
Series Classic Fusion
Case Size 45 mm
Case Material Titanium
Dial Color Skeleton
Band Material Rubber
The replica Hublot Classic Fusion Aerofusion Moonphase Titanium, There are four calendar indications – two in the openworked section and two in the overlaid moonphase sub-dial. The two in the openworked portion are the day of the week and month indicators. They’re displayed in the usual pair of windows at 12 o’clock, but with a few accommodations to make them legible while conforming to the skeletonized construction. The disks themselves are actually just cut-outs of the letters, floating over the other movement components. The windows however have a white backing, which lends some contrast to the grey letters, making them readable. The moonphase display itself is probably the coolest part of the watch though. The black and white ring around the edge hands out over the openworked part of the dial, showing the date and containing the moonphase in the center. The moonphase is composed of an iridescent blue ground, the pair of engraved photorealistic metal moons, and a translucent black overlay to block out the moon that’s out of view.