Part of the LVMH Watch Week, digital edition
Discover Hublot’s 2021 novelties; from orange sapphire to beige ceramic or the latest Big Bang fitted with the ingenious One Click strap-changing system, no feat is too daunting for the Swiss watchmaking house. These incarnations of the “Art of Fusion” in materials, movements or combining both, are Hublot’s first collections to be released this year, paving the way for great times to come!
BIG BANG TOURBILLON AUTOMATIC ORANGE SAPPHIRE
The art of fusion reaches a new level with a double endeavour at the limits of possibility
Transparent, black, yellow, blue, red – Hublot has mastered the creation and machining of sapphires with exclusive shades for its watchcases. With the new Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic Orange Sapphire, the brand has once again achieved a world first by adding a completely new colour to its palette of through-tinted sapphires. This unprecedented technical and aesthetic feat is combined with an entirely new tourbillon movement not only equipped with self-winding (a rarity for a tourbillon), but also with a reinvented architecture with its micro-rotor visible on the dial side and three sapphire bridges. A new fusion of daring and transparency, in a limited edition of 50 pieces.
THE FULLY CERAMIC LOOK
BIG BANG UNICO INTEGRAL CERAMIC
The big three…
Following on from its black ceramic, Hublot has launched its BIG BANG INTEGRAL in three new ceramic colours: white, navy blue and grey, all with built-in scratch-resistance, durability and hypoallergenic properties. Its monobloc architecture – an integrated bracelet on which the first link is fused with the case – affirms Hublot’s integral single-colour, single-material style.
BIG BANG ONE CLICK 33MM
two versions, fourteen possibilities
To open up happier horizons, Hublot is flying the colours of the better days to come with the Big Bang One Click 33mm, available in stainless steel or in King Gold with seven interchangeable straps. Its case has been refined to wrap itself around slender wrists and can change appearance in no time at all to suit your mood.
BIG BANG MP-11 MAGIC GOLD
Two new cutting-edge cases for a unique engine-inspired movement
Hublot reasserts its unrivalled expertise in cutting-edge materials by housing its MP-11 manufacture calibre in two new exclusive cases, showcasing its scratch-resistant Magic Gold alloy and the transparency of its high-tech synthesis technology Blue Sapphire. The brand is offering enthusiasts two new versions of its Big Bang MP-11 watch, an instrument with a spectacular look which reveals its seven in-line barrels – which guarantee an unrivalled power reserve of 14 days – through the open dial.
CLASSIC FUSION ORLINSKI
Richard Orlinski’s now emblematic edges, facets and bevels have been artistically sculpting Hublot watches since 2017, when he and the Swiss watchmaker presented their first artwork to be worn on the wrist. Since then, no material shaped by Hublot, nor any component of the watches, has seemed able to resist Orlinski’s masterful faceting. Not even ceramic, not even a dial! The Classic Fusion Orlinski 40mm now comes in a monochrome mode in two editions entirely clad in ceramic, with the exception of the strap and the crown. In terms of colorimetry, the flashy blue and gloss black are reminiscent of the colour codes used in the artist’s XXL bestiary.
Spirit of Big Bang Ceramic Beige
After pastel pink and pastel blue, Hublot slides onto women’s wrists the velvety softness of its new Spirit of Big Bang Ceramic Beige.
The Spirit of Big Bang Ceramic Beige plays with the layering of its greige alligator strap on white rubber and its sand-coloured sunray dial, with its bezel either in King Gold 18K or polished titanium set with 50 diamonds. Emphasising its emblematic barrel case, the beige highlights the softness of the style in ceramic with a velvety touch.
THE TOURBILLON WITH HUBLOT’S
Spirit of Big Bang Tourbillon 5-day Power Reserve Carbon White
With the Spirit of Big Bang Tourbillon 5-day Power Reserve Carbon White, Hublot combines black with white, proving opposites attract. The 42-mm case, case back and bezel are crafted from carbon fibre featuring white composite inclusions. These white inclusions are formed of glass microfibres created as a non-woven fabric (NWF), used mainly to improve the breaking strength of composites: This NWF is then co-impregnated with the carbon fibres using tinted epoxy resin when the composite preforms are created in a special mould.