Everything you need to know about the Hublot Big Bang Unico Integral
Hublot celebrates 15 years of the Big Bang
The Hublot Big Bang debuted in 2005 and to celebrate its 15th anniversary, the brand has unveiled a brand-new integrated bracelet for its Big Bang Unico collection. The first link of the bracelet is fused to the case, which entailed redesigning the whole case. The bracelet has one central link and two lateral links that were inspired by the pushers from the early Hublot Big Bang models. This new version also brings back the original pushers from 2005 to complement the aesthetics of the case and bracelet.
Three new Big Bang Unico editions
The new launch consists of three different models: A 500-piece limited edition in 42mm black ceramic, and two non-limited editions in a 42mm titanium case and a 42mm King Gold case.
The Big Bang Unico movement
The HUB1280 Big Bang Unico automatic movement is an in-house movement that features a horizontal double clutch chronograph mechanism and a column wheel visible from the dial. The caliber was designed to facilitate assembly and reveal more of the parts, as can be seen on the dial side of the watch. It is comprised of a number of technical innovations which are protected by four different patents.
A skeletonized dial
The titanium and King Gold versions feature a silver-colored skeletonized movement, while the black ceramic model has been paired with an all-black version of the movement to complement the coloring of both the case and the bracelet.
All three pieces are water-resistant to 100 meters.
Price: CHF 21’900 in black ceramic, CHF 19’900 in titanium and CHF 49’900 in King Gold.
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