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Hublot Big Bang

Hublot Big Bang, red gold (click to enlarge!)
Hublot Big Bang, red gold
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Hublot Big Bang, [[red gold]], profile (click to enlarge!)
Hublot Big Bang, red gold, profile
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Big Bang is a line of bold watches produced by Hublot since 2004.


Shortly after watch visionary Jean-Claude Biver invested in Hublot and became CEO, he pushed to create a bold statement for the brand. In April 2004, the first Big Bang was released. Inspired by the successful Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore, the Big Bang combines exotic materials in contrasting colors in an oversized watch. Biver called it “Art of Fusion” and it was wildly successful with buyers. Hublot combined various materials Kevlar®, carbon, ceramic, magnesium, tungsten, stainless steel, gold and, as with the original Hublot models, rubber. A striking feature of the design, as in the first Hublot models designed by Carlo Crocco, is the band A layer of Kevlar® in the watch case gives the impression that the bracelet runs smoothly through it.

At the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève 2005 the “Big Bang” won the award for “Best Design” and has become an outstanding sales success. Every Big Bang model is technically a limited edition, and the company has continued to creatively source materials, including red ceramic and “Magic Gold”. The company has also created creative watch movements shown through skeleton dials.


The watch is available in different sizes 44 mm (Standard), 41 mm and 38 mm. In addition, as a diver model, "Big Bang King" in the oversized 48 mm.

Selected models and ranges

Hublot Big Bang King Porto Cervo (click to enlarge!)
Hublot Big Bang King Porto Cervo
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Since its first appearance the success watch has been launched in a seemingly endless abundance of variants. Here are just some of the best known

In addition, several limited editions, such as “Red Devil” (Manchester United) or “Ayrton Senna”.

hublot_big_bang.txt · Last modified: 27.06.2023 15:21 by gerdlothar

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