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Popular Hublot Big Bang watches

Hublot has put itself on the map as a new brand that focuses on reinventing a modern approach to timekeeping through unique and innovative materials.

        

Hublot has put itself on the map as a new brand that focuses on reinventing a modern approach to timekeeping through unique and innovative materials. The company not only crafts cases from steel, titanium and ceramic, but is also renowned for its unique yellow gold and ceramic alloy called Magic Gold. Hublot watches are inspired by ship windows, hence the company name – the French word for “Porthole”. Hublot Big Bang watches are daring and dynamic. Their bold cases look hefty on the wrist and communicate a strong sense of masculinity. The fact that Hublot powers its watches with in-house made movements equipped with long-lasting power reserves and refined tourbillons, makes the watches from its Big Bang collection incredibly popular.

This guide outlines some Hublot Big Bang watches that are worthy of serious consideration when looking for the next watch to add to your collection. If you like powerful and influential watch designs and aren’t afraid to create a stir with a statement on the wrist – Hublot Big Bang watches were made for you.



Hublot Big Bang Unico Carbon Red Ceramic

Reference: 402.QF.0110.WR
Price: 29.000 €
Winding: Self-winding
Case Diameter: 45mm
Style: Mechanical

This head turning Hublot Big Bang watch playfully mixes a vibrant red-colored bezel with a stealthy black dial. It’s an example of Hublot’s daringness to experiment with loud aesthetics. This Big Bang watch ref 402.QF.0110.WR is a comfortable timepiece to wear on the wrist every day of the week. Its black rubber strap melds effortlessly to the wrist whilst its skeletonized dial offers you a glimpse into Hublot’s expert manufacture. The Calibre HUB1241 sits inside a 100-meter water-resistant case made from black carbon fiber. An anti-reflective sapphire crystal glass front stretches from one side of the 45mm bezel to the other. This watch optimizes comfort whilst promising unparalleled accuracy thanks to its movement which provides you with a 72-hour power reserve for those occasions when you choose to wear a different timepiece.




Hublot Big Bang Unico Titanium

Reference: 441.NX.1170.RX
Price: 17.500 €
Winding: Self-winding
Case Diameter: 42mm
Style: Mechanical


Hublot has chosen to craft this Big Bang Unico watch from titanium – a material extensively used by the company because it balances resistance with a lightweight feel upon the wrist. Grade 5 titanium is also resistant to corrosion and retains a stunning bluish metallic sheen. This Hublot Big Bang Unico watch ref 441.NX.1170.RX measures a more compact 42mm case size. Hublot certainly likes to show off its impeccable engines through the dial side of a watch. In this model, the self-winding Calibre HUB1280 beats with precision inside its 100-meter water-resistant case. It provides a 72-hour power reserve and comes complete on this ultra-comfortable black lined rubber strap with an easy-to-use titanium deployment buckle. With a flyback feature also, you can enjoy measuring elapsed time the easy way with one simple push of a button that will stop, reset, and start a new timing for you.



Hublot Big Bang Steel Blue

Reference: 301.SX.7170.LR
Price: 12.800 €
Winding: Self-winding
Case Diameter: 43mm
Style: Mechanical

Hublot’s use of medical trade, non-oxidizing 316L stainless steel in a satin finish is put to good use in the design of this Hublot Big Bang Steel Blue watch ref 301.SX.7170.LR. Its 43mm case size makes a statement, yet its blue dial with understated lume plots on a baton index hour track enables it to pair well with professional or relaxed attire. The Calibre HUB4100 will provide you with a useful 42-hour power reserve, plus you can switch between a blue alligator leather strap and blue rubber strap depending on whether you’re in a sporty or sophisticated mood. A vertical satin-finished stainless steel bezel with 6 H-shaped titanium screws donates a subtle industrial-inspired look to the wrist. If you prefer your watch to communicate the time on a dial with a much simpler format than the complex-looking skeletonized dial, the Big Bang Steel Blue watch is an option to explore.



Hublot Big Bang Unico King Gold

Reference: 411.OX.1180.RX
Price: 12.800 €
Winding: Self-winding
Case Diameter: 45mm
Style: Mechanical


This popular Hublot Big Bang watch catches the eye with its unique case that innovatively mixes platinum with traditional 5N 18k rose gold. The combination creates a rare, warmer shade of gold that exudes an incredibly luxurious finish on the wrist. Through the dial side, the meticulous HUB1242 self-winding chronograph movement with flyback function is revealed. The periphery of the dial is outlined in a distinct matt black color and the bezel is bolted down onto the case with six titanium screws that donate an almost industrial-like look to the design. Popular Hublot watches like this Big Bang Unico King Gold watch ref 411.OX.1180.RX are geared towards those with a daring taste in wristwatches. They break the norm, creating a statement that not only exudes masculinity but brings a talking point to any outfit. This watch is completed on a black structured and lined rubber strap with a black PVD coated titanium and 18k King Gold deployment buckle.



Hublot Big Bang Unico Titanium

Reference: 411.NX.1170.RX
Price: 18.600 €
Winding: Self-winding
Case Diameter: 45mm
Style: Mechanical

This 45mm white ceramic and titanium model ref 411.NX.1170.RX melds dark metallic shades together with black to create this skeletonized expression of the Big Bang design. The two chronograph sub-counters on the main dial are trimmed in a lustrous silver color and marry nicely with a chunky set of luminous coated hands for night-time vision. Like all Big Bang watches, this timepiece is fitted with an anti-reflective and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass lens for protecting the dial. If you’re looking to bag yourself a powerful statement piece that provides you with chronograph functions that are effortless to activate, this Big Bang Titanium watch, with a flyback function and a lightweight finish on the wrist, will do just that. The 100-meter water-resistant Hublot watch, which reveals the inner workings of the HUB1242 self-winding movement, has even received a sharp injection of color seen in the red chronograph hand and the minute markings around the perimeter of the dial.

From watches made from exclusive alloys to lightweight titanium models with imposing case sizes, one thing these Hublot Big Bang watches all have in common is their high-performance engines and their distinctive screw-bolted bezels. The Hublot Big Bang watch collection embodies everything about the brand’s boundary-pushing approach to watchmaking.