12 Facts About Hublot


Hublot is a Swiss luxury watchmaker founded in 1980 by Italian Carlo Crocco.

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Hublot operates as a wholly owned subsidiary of the French luxury conglomerate LVMH.

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In February 2007, Hublot opened its first mono-brand store in Paris, in the Rue Saint-Honore.

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At BaselWorld 2009, Hublot unveiled a new method of detecting counterfeit watches.

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Later, Hublot started endorsing some top football clubs like FC Bayern Munich, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain, Ajax Amsterdam.

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In 2019, Hublot became the first watch brand to work with ICC when the brand was announced as official time keeper for cricket's flagship event, 2019 ICC cricket world cup co-hosted by England and Wales.

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In March 2010, Hublot was appointed the Official Watchmaker of Formula 1.

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Hublot have released a number of Formula One themed watches, including celebrating the return of the US Grand Prix to Austin, Texas, US in November 2012, with the Hublot F1 King Power Austin Archived 25 March 2013 at the Wayback Machine.

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Hublot continued its sponsorship and partnership activities in 2012 with becoming the Official Watch of the UEFA EURO 2012 tournament and Official Timekeeper of the tournament.

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Hublot partnered with the Archaeological Museum of Athens in presenting Hublot's "Tribute to the Antikythera Mechanism" movement.

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From 2021, Hublot is no longer listed as a sponsor for Scuderia Ferrari, being replaced by Richard Mille.

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Hublot has developed a network of Friend of the Brand in the fields football, gastronomy, arts and sports.

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