Hublot Big Bang Integral Ceramic New Colours

Hublot Big Bang Integral Ceramic New Colours

Hublot Big Bang Integral Ceramic New Colours

Launched in 2005, the Big Bang is one of Hublot‘s best selling timepieces. In 2020 the Swiss brand introduced a new version featuring a fully integrated bracelet in ceramic. The Big Bang Integral Ceramic.

After the initial colour variations in black, white, blue and grey. In 2022 Hublot presented four new monochrome shades. Each available in a limited edition of 250 pieces.

  • sand beige (ref. 451.CZ.4620.CZ)
  • sky blue (ref. 451.EX.5129.EX)
  • indigo blue (ref. 451.EX.5210.EX)
  • jungle green (ref. 451.GX.5220.GX)
Hublot has pushed the boundaries of ceramic. Not only by increasing the hardness and scratch resistance of this material but also developing new colours and enhancing their intensity. Thanks to its softness and its low thermal conductivity. Ceramic is pleasant to the touch, making these watches very comfortable on the wrist.

The new Big Bang Integral Ceramic models are entirely made from ceramic except for the bezel lugs in composite. The rubber inserts used for crown and pushers and some elements crafted from titanium or black PVD-coated titanium. And specifically the 6 H-shaped bezel screws. The chronograph pushers and the folding clasp.

Offering water resistance up to a pressure of 10 ATM (approximately 100 metres / 330 feet), the case measures 42 mm x 13.45 mm. The sporty lines are highlighted by the meticulous finishes used for both the case and the bracelet, with alternating polished and satin-brushed surfaces.

Protected by a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment, the openworked dial showcases various gears, the chronograph column wheel and the date disc. The chronograph 60-minute transparent counter at 3 o’clock is visually balanced by the skeletonised sub-dial displaying the running seconds at 9 o’clock.

Thanks to large hands and indices generously filled with Super-LumiNova. The legibility is excellent, even in poor light conditions. The Unico HUB1280 self-winding chronograph flyback movement beats at the frequency of 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour) and offers an autonomy of 72 hours. Its openworked oscillating weight is visible through the transparent sapphire crystal case back secured with six screws.

The price of the four new colourful Hublot Big Bang Integral Ceramic models is CHF 22,900 / Euro 23,800 / US$ 24,100.

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