This weekend we celebrated the first official day of the summer, and it looks like Hublot did too! The luxury watchmaker has unveiled the Big Bang Black Fluo, a new supercharged version of their iconic timepiece that was practically made for warm, sunny days.
The Big Bang Black Fluo comes in in four neon colors; blue, yellow, pink and green. The 41mm-diameter case of the Big Bang Black Fluo plays on the contrast between the black PVD steel case and the bright neon colors. The contrast is further played up by the dial, which is set with 430 black diamonds (a total of 2.36 carats), and the black bezel, which is set with 36 brilliant-cut precious stones (blue sapphires, yellow sapphires, pink sapphires or green tsavorites depending on the model). While it’s quite stylish, this is a serious timepiece at its heart, with a 278-component HUB4300 automatic chronograph movement that works at 28,800 Vib/h and boasts a 42-hour power reserve. A date window is featured on the dial at 4:30. The Big Bang Black Fluo is completed by a shiny black snakeskin strap sewn onto black rubber with tone-on-tone neon stitching (in blue, yellow, pink or green).
Only 250 pieces of the limited-edition Big Bang Black Fluo will be produced in each color.
Photos courtesy Hublot.