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Hublot Chukker Bang Watch

Polo matches aren't all rich people in summer suits and silly hats — someone has to keep track of the time! Which is where the Hublot Chukker Bang Watch ($TBA) comes in. It sports a seven minute, 30 second counter that is perfect for tracking the length of a single period of play — also known as a "chukka." Other features include a 44.5mm titanium case and grille, a ceramic bezel, satin bridges with black PVD titanium screws, a rhodium-plated main plate, and, of course, special Chukker Bang engraving on the back.

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