Hublot big bang watches have had many references in nautical design over the years, so the links between the design of the watch and that of the watch of the maritime world have often inspired the creation of imaginative timepieces.
The Swiss watch brand Hublot was founded in 1980 by Carlo Crocco. The porthole of a boat inspired the design of his watches. Hublot is a Frenchman for the porthole. The Hublot Classic line featured twelve screws all along with the bezel, which not only created a water-resistant wristwatch but also eliminated the need for a time indicator on the dial. This resulted in a sleek and unobtrusive design in its finished form. The bracelet was made from natural rubber, whose design using steel fibers woven into the material imparts a tactile yet powerful and comfortable functionality.
Still using the design of the porthole, synonymous with the Hublot brand, the Big Bang featured six screws through the bezel. The use of rubber was still in evidence, but it is now combined with an incredible number of other advanced materials, including ceramic and titanium carbon fibre, aluminum and tungsten. These are the combination with red gold, white gold and stainless steel in a glorious fusion of traditional and futuristic. It is therefore not surprising that this superb wristwatch has become a laureate of the charts, including the prestigious “2005 Design Prize” of the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix.
The Hublot Big Bang has become a stunning example in the field of high-end luxury sports watches, and other models have been endorsed by the sports world. The limited-edition Flyback Rattrapante Chronograph Hublot Big Bang Limited Edition Ayrton Senna is an excellent example. Limited to 500 pieces, this spectacular watch is created in a black ceramic case, with steel details and a signed transparent exhibition case, mounted on a signed black rubber strap. This is truly a men’s wristwatch created to honour Ayrton Senna, triple F1 world champion.
The top 5 Hublot big bang watches listed below
Hublot Big Bang Unico (411.JX.4802.RT)
We choose the Unico Sapphire 45mm to highlight this collection. Many of the options are available in the range. Therefore, you will not want to limit yourself only for this one. It took four years to develop the Unico movement, and 330 pieces are involved in the process.
Hublot Big Bang MECA-10 (414.NI.1123.RX)
This watch is available in titanium and all in black. The ceramic composition gives it a unique toughness and a ten-day power reserve. The straps are a black structure lined with rubber for a comfortable and durable fit.
Big Bang King Golden Ceramic Hublot Alarm Repeater Alarm (403.OM.0123.RX)
The case of this one is polished and satin 18-carat gold that magnificently completes polished and satin black steel. Similar to the MECA-10, this watch also features black structured rubber bracelets and an anti-reflective sapphire crystal inner case. This superb timepiece has a power reserve of 72 hours.
Hublot Big Bang Tourbillon Power Reserve 5 days Full Magic Gold (405.MX.0138.RX)
The outer shell of this beauty is magical gold polished with a black composite resin. It also has an anti-reflective sapphire interior case and a rubber strap lined with a dark structure. The power reserve is approximately 115 hours. This watch is one of my favorite
Hublot Big Bang Ferrari King Gold Carbone (401.OJ.0123.VR)
Keeping the best for last, this one is 18-carat gold micro-blasted. The interior is a superb 18K red gold alongside carbon fiber. The bracelet with which the watch arrives is the black leather and leather strap of brown Schedoni.