Hublot took part in this year’s Watches and Wonders digital edition. They are introducing their latest creations and developments with press and clients around the world during this great moment for the watch industry. Let’s take a closer look at Hublot’s new models below.
Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Full Sapphire
With the Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Full Sapphire, Hublot has taken its Art of Fusion to its ultimate conclusion. A new integral bracelet and case custom-made from sapphire: this feat affirms yet again the technical proficiency and the exceptional expertise that Hublot has acquired in the working of sapphire.
In terms of the movement, the HUB6035 automatic manufacture calibre, entirely designed and manufactured in-house, is the beating heart of the piece
The case of this new Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Full Sapphire has been reconstructed in its entirety to house the Automatic Tourbillon movement. The goal is to remove almost all of the visible screws, overhaul the general geometry of the case to integrate it with the sapphire bracelet, develop a new case profile to house the sapphire bracelet, and rework the bridges and main plates to give them the illusion of being suspended in space. It is diffused, refracted, reflected, twisted and twirled.
Big Bang Integral Tourbillon High Jewellery
The Big Bang Integral Tourbillon High Jewellery brings together in one piece everything that defines the identity and distinction of Hublot, this watch features automatic tourbillon calibre, spectacular architecture set with 484 baguette-cut diamonds and 100% visible mechanics on the dial side thanks to the sapphire.
The aesthetic and technical mastery of the piece goes all the way to its sapphire dial whose raised platform of baguette diamonds reveals a skeleton movement. In addition to its components that appear to be levitating, the 6H tourbillon features some atypical audacity: automatic rewinding, a micro-rotor that is visible on the dial-side and three transparent sapphire bridges, combined in a movement that was completely designed and manufactured in-house, the HUB6035.
Big Bang Unico Yellow Magic
Hublot introduces the Big Bang Unico Yellow Magic ceramic chronograph, newly released at Watches and Wonders 2021. It took four years of development for Hublot to perfect a technique that produces a brightly coloured, particularly hard-wearing ceramic without burning the pigment in the process.
This easy to notice watch serves as a stark contrast with the black mid-case, screws, and the dark skeletonised dial in which the column wheel of the Unico HUB1280 self-winding movement is visible. A flyback chronograph, it comes with a 72 hour power reserve and the watch is water resistant to 100 metres.
Big Bang Sang Bleu II
Hublot and London-based tattoo studio Sang Bleu are unveiling three limited edition Big Bang watches which explore new territories of colour. Hublot and Sang Bleu are relighting their creative flame to produce a colourful new trio.
The new Big Bang Sang Bleu II Ceramic watch will now be available in blue, grey and white. Adding to their technical achievement of having successfully created perfectly and evenly coloured ceramic, Hublot unveils a watch architecture that continues to defy tradition.
Each of these new Big Bang Sang Bleu will be available as a limited edition of 200 pieces.They all share a 45-mm case made entirely from high-tech ceramic, housing the UNICO Manufacture self-winding chronograph. Entirely developed in-house by Hublot’s engineers and watchmakers, comprising 330 components and equipped with a flyback function, this model offers a 3-day power reserve.