You may love Newcastle United, Alan Shearer, Hublot watches or helping disabled children or adults.
Whatever your motivation, there is just a just a week left to bid for a unique Hublot King Power watch that is being sold to raise money for the Alan Shearer Foundation, which provides specialist care to people with complex disabilities.
The limited edition timepiece features Newcastle United’s black and white colours, and the iconic number 9 emblazoned on the dial. As a nod to his title as the top goal scorer in Premier League history, the number 260 and Alan’s signature are also engraved on the back of the watch.
It is being sold by Rox, an authorised retailer for Hublot in Scotland and the North of England.
Only two of the King Power watches have been made, and one of them is the personal timepiece of the former Newcastle and England striker.
The current high bid for the watch is £50,000, but there is still time to beat that bid, either online on Rox’s website until February 16, or at a live auction on at the Alan Shearer Foundation Ball, which takes place on February 18. Last year, over £210,000 was raised at the gala event.