Hublot

Hublot

“Be the first, be unique, be different.” This was the philosophy upon which Hublot built its reputation in just a few decades in the very competitive high-quality-timepiece market. That focus is perfectly ingrained in the idea of the Art of Fusion, which Hublot has applied since 1980, when it designed its first case, combining natural rubber and gold with a shape inspired by a ship’s porthole. When Jean-Claude Biver and Ricardo Guadalupe acquired the brand in 2004, they made this art of fusion into a founding spirit that they deployed as they wished, combining traditional watchmaking savoir faire with the most cutting-edge technologies and unexpected materials. In 2005, the Big Bang collection, a chronograph with an elegant and contemporary design, enjoyed international success. From its manufacture on Lake Geneva in Switzerland, Hublot is constantly pushing the boundaries of horological innovation.
By cultivating an unusual stable of partnerships and constantly tinkering with new materials and forms, this innovative marque always provides something to look forward to. Hublot is one of the boldest watchmakers around.

The Hublot Big Bang Meca-10 Magic Gold

Case crafted in Magic Gold: a nearly scratch-proof 18K gold alloy invented and patented by Hublot; in-house manual movement with 10-day power reserve. Limited to 200 pieces.

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The Hublot Big Bang Unico Sapphire

An “invisible visibility” with a highly scratch-resistant sapphire case, in-house self-winding UNICO chronograph, and limited to 500 pieces.

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The Hublot Big Bang Unico Carbon

Lightweight carbon fiber case contains an UNICO self-winding column wheel chronograph created in-house with patented interchangeable strap system.

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“Be the first, be unique, be different.” This was the philosophy upon which Hublot built its reputation in just a few decades in the very competitive high-quality-timepiece market. That focus is perfectly ingrained in the idea of the Art of Fusion, which Hublot has applied since 1980, when it designed its first case, combining natural rubber and gold with a shape inspired by a ship’s porthole. When Jean-Claude Biver and Ricardo Guadalupe acquired the brand in 2004, they made this art of fusion into a founding spirit that they deployed as they wished, combining traditional watchmaking savoir faire with the most cutting-edge technologies and unexpected materials. In 2005, the Big Bang collection, a chronograph with an elegant and contemporary design, enjoyed international success. From its manufacture on Lake Geneva in Switzerland, Hublot is constantly pushing the boundaries of horological innovation.