Introducing the Hublot Meca-10 table clock

    134 mm of PVD-coated stainless steel beauty

    A few years ago, Hublot unveiled the Meca-10, a manual-winding, Meccano-inspired movement with a skeletonized heart. Now, the Swiss manufacturer has partnered up with clock specialists L'Epéè to build a table clock version of the Meca-10.

    The oversized Meca-10 clock comes in with an exceptionally large 19.60 x 18.10 x 7 cm PVD-coated or satin-finished stainless steel case with a satin-finished, with matching bezel, and a polished black PVD steel on the caseback. The matte black skeletonized dial features sandblasted luminous hands from from steel and unveils a manual-winding skeleton movement with 2-barrels, 52 jewels and a considerable 10-day power reserve.

    Just like the equivalent wristwatch, the power reserve on Meca-10 clock is displayed on an indicator at the 6 o'clock. There are two variants available, both exclusively available for Hublot customers, with satin finish or polished black PVD steel.

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    Comments (14)

    • Now you just need to teach an entire generation how to read it 😂

        26 days ago
      • 23M here. I can read it, but I'd also just get too mesmerized by the mechanism to care.

          25 days ago
      • It is pretty cool

          25 days ago
    • Very cool, not but the coolest! Atmos from lecoultre is still on the #1

        26 days ago
    • When presented with Frank Whittle's beautifully simple jet engine, the directors of Rolls Royce are purported to have said, "now, how can we complicate this enough to make a profit?" This clock seems to be the outcome of a similar mindset when presented with a Clox wind-up alarm clock!

        26 days ago
    • it is nice but !!!!! $50,000 nice, I dont think so.

        25 days ago
    • I sent this before finishing my comment. The Hubolt is a bold modern design, but I can’t get excited by a manual wind clock. Hubolt has to come up with their own version of “Perpetual Motion” before it will get my attention.

        25 days ago


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