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Hublot Atelier Courtesy Watch takes concierge service to a whole new level

Andrea Divirgilio / September 8, 2012

Here’s the Swiss luxury watchmaking pioneer Hublot’s exclusive new watch with a ‘Not for Sale’ marker on its dial. Dubbed as ‘Atelier watch’ this special model whose design is true to the brand’s pet principle of fusion between tradition and future, takes Hublot a step further in customer relations, breaking new grounds to keep physical and emotional contact with its customers. Actually, considering Hublot customers as an integral part of Hublot family, the brand has crafted this Atelier ‘courtesy-watch’ which will be provided to any customer who leaves his personal timepiece for a check-up, service or repair. Loaned without charge to the customer for the time required, this delicate token of attention is currently available exclusively at all Hublot’s worldwide boutiques, 49 of them to date.

Hublot Atelier Courtesy Watch takes concierge service to a whole new level

While the personal timepiece of Hublot’s customer is being taken care of, the brand will be pleased to provide him with an Atelier watch, which will help keep customer both physically and emotionally connected to Hublot until his timepiece will be returned in perfect condition.

Hublot Atelier Courtesy Watch takes concierge service to a whole new level

No for general sale, this special watch comes in made in black composite, case, bezel, with a pin buckle also in black composite with a black rubber strap, screws and crown in steel, and equipped with a quartz movement with date and small seconds. Notably, the great majority of the watch’s components were developed and made in Switzerland.

Also, we have earlier seen some of the finest Hublot watches including the limited edition watches marking the 50 Years of Costa Smeralda, the Tutti Fruitti colorful tourbillon watch for ladies, the €2 million Big Bang watch, one of the most expensive watches in the world, and the MP-01 watch for those who like grand complications, to name a few.

Via: Hublot

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