Hublot delves into the exploration of colour through the Hublot Big Bang Integral Ceramic, giving us four bracelet watch models of great charm and personality.
The Maison's research has led it to explore numerous aspects and declinations of watchmaking, which has let to today’s launch of the Hublot Big Bang Integral Ceramic series, a lineup of four models full of colour and charm. The integration of ceramic creates watches that are less timepieces and more like works of art.
The integrated bracelet is composed of no less than 22 different ceramic elements, manufactured one by one, with a titanium folding clasp and polished and satin finishes that play with the reflections of light and give the owner ultimate wearability. Hublot is launching four limited series of 250 pieces in different colours, ranging from the deep blue of the sky to the blue of the sea, from the olive green of the forests to our favourite, the arid sand of the desert.
The heart of the Hublot Big Bang Integral Ceramic is the UNICO V2 movement
In these precious timepieces, the gaze is inevitably drawn to the centre of the 42 mm case, into the intricacies of the HUB 1280 skeleton chronograph calibre, an in-house movement created ex-novo by the House and astonishing in its beauty and technical features.
Thanks to the 72-hour power reserve, you can leave the watch in the drawer for the weekend and find it running again – but we're pretty sure you'll rather want to keep it on your wrist constantly.
More information and details on the launch price can be found here.
If you like the Hublot Big Bang Integral Ceramic, you might also be interested in the other new products that Hublot launched during Watches and Wonders.