Watches and Wonders 2021 is finally here and Hublot is proud to announce the release of four new head-turning models. The Swiss watchmaker continues to supply the watch industry with one-of-a-kind designs that feature vibrant colors and complicated movements. The models included in the 2021 collection are the Big Bang Integral, Big Bang UNICO, and Big Bang Sang Bleu. The pieces included in Hublot’s Watches and Wonders 2021 release are sure to be collectors examples by all enthusiasts. Discover and shop the newest watch releases from Hublot by clicking the links below.
Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Full Sapphire
The new Hublot Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Full Sapphire is best described as a transparent work of art, as its design truly separates it from all other watches on the market. It serves a the result of a long tradition starting in 2016 when Hublot unveiled its first Big Bang Sapphire. Created as a special edition example limited to 30 pieces, the Big Bang Integral features a 43mm Polished Sapphire Crystal case that allows for a closer look at the inner workings of its complex movement. The case of this new Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Full Sapphire has been reconstructed in its entirety to house the HUB6035 automatic manufacture caliber, which features the visible Tourbillon located at the 6 o’clock indicator. Although the new Hublot is portrayed as an artistic collector’s piece, its 72-hour power reserve, and 30-meter water resistance display its functionality as a watch to be worn daily. The polished sapphire crystal case back is engraved with its production number to signify the limited-edition release. Tying together the crystal clear design of the Big Bang Integral, Hublot equipped the watch with a matching polished sapphire crystal bracelet and titanium deployment buckle clasp. The new limited-edition Hublot Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Full Sapphire is available through an authorized dealer for $422,000 by clicking the link below.
Big Bang Integral Tourbillon High Jewelry
Although every model released from Hublot is categorized as a luxury hand-made timepiece, there are a few pieces that are introduced into the exceptional High Jewellery Collection as piece unique releases. The watchmaking its introduction to the 14-year tradition is the new Hublot Big Bang Integral Tourbillon High Jewellery, an exquisitely elegant design featuring 484 invisibly set baguette-cut diamonds. The 43mm baguette diamond case is made of 18k White Gold and features a sapphire crystal dial, allowing for a closer look at the automatic Tourbillon proudly displayed at the 6 o’clock position. The in-house HUB6035 automatic movement from Hublot drives the one-of-a-kind Big Bang, holding a 72-hour power reserve and 30-meter water resistance. The case back mirrors the front face, as it’s made from 18k white gold and sapphire crystal with 48 baguette-cut diamonds. Hublot finishes the newest High Jewellery addition with a match 18k white gold bracelet flooded with diamonds, making the entire piece sparkle with the smallest amount of light. The piece unique example from Hublot is stamped as the 2021 High Jewellery release and will continue to draw attention from watch enthusiasts as a collector’s watch for the lucky owner. The Hublot Big Bang Integral Tourbillon High Jewellery is currently available through the authorized dealer for $685,000 by clicking the link below.
Big Bang UNICO Yellow Magic
If there is one thing to know about Hublot, it’s that they are not afraid to push the boundaries of watch design using vibrant colors and high-end materials. Yellow Magic, the name of the new brightly colored high-tech ceramic released by Hublot for Watches and Wonders 2021, has been predestined since the arrival of its red ceramic in 2018. Available in a limited edition of 250 pieces, the solar power of its 42-mm case and its bezel shine in the light of this yellow ceramic. The theme of yellow and black continues onto the transparent dial, which gives the owner a better look at the inner workings of the Flyback movement, as well as the sud-dial functions. The Hublot HUB1280 UNICO self-winding Chronograph Flyback Movement runs the watch, giving it a 72-hour power reserve and 100-meter water resistance. On the micro-blasted Black Ceramic case back are engravings signifying in the production number of the limited-edition release. A yellow and black structured lined rubber strap with a black titanium deployment buckle completes the vibrant yellow look of the new Hublot Big Bang UNICO. Shop the new limited edition Hublot Big Bang UNICO Yellow magic for $26,200 by clicking the link below.
Big Bang Sang Bleu II Ceramic
The last to receive its new design for Watches and Wonders 2021 is Hublot’s geometric-styled Big Bang. With its sharp angles, its sculptural case, its multiple facets as if cut in diamond, the Big Bang Sang Bleu II designed by Maxime Plescia-Buchi and Hublot has the ability to amaze and astound. The collection features a Grey, Blue, and White Ceramic version, giving the Big Bang Sang Bleu II a new temperament. The 45mm satin-finished case is covered by a sapphire crystal and features a geometric etched dial display, which also is incorporated into the minute and seconds sub-dials. Behind the dial lies the in-house Unico Manufacture self-winding Chronograph Flyback movement and column wheel, providing the watch with a 72-hour power reserve and 100-meter water resistance. The matching satin-finished back case features numerical engravings signifying the production number of the limited-edition release. Each Hublot Big Bang Sang Blue II is equipped with a comfortable color-matched rubber strap paired with a Sang Bleu-designed black PVD titanium deployment buckle. The new 2021 Hublot Big Bang Sang Bleu II Collection is currently available for $27,300 by clicking the link below.
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