In January of 2016, Hublot unveiled its MECA-10 movement, it had a profound effect on the world of manually wound timepieces. Fast forward to 2020, and Hublot has called on the world-renowned clockmakers at L’Epée to create the MECA-10 table clock, which is four times larger than the original watch, while fully preserving the original specifications. The 134.6mm clock features a manual-winding skeleton power reserve movement with two-barrel drives with a 10-day power reserve. The limited-edition Hublot Meca-10 Clock is available in silver and black stain polished finishes. Price is unknown at the moment but once it’s announced you can buy it.