True to its name, the Hublot Unico Bi-Retrograde Chrono has two retrograde hands that clock the minutes and seconds of each half of each game on a scale specifically designed for this purpose. This is joined by a window at the center, which tells you which half of the game is being clocked. Then there’s the main time window, which tells you what time it is away from the soccer field.
The FIFA x Hublot Unico Bi-Retrograde Chrono watch is exemplary of the usual high Hublot standards, and is available in two different limited editions. The first is the ceramic edition, which is made up of 200 numbered pieces, each with a price tag of $23,600. And the second is the 100-piece King Gold edition, priced at $42,400.
You can get a lot more information on the Hublot Unico Bi-Retrograde Chrono FIFA World Cup 2014 watch at Hublot’s website here. And there are also some images of the watch in the gallery up top, so enjoy.