When it comes to novelties, Hublot has a reputation to uphold. It has become a tradition for them to introduce a significant amount of new models twice a year, that in addition to the many special and limited editions that they launch during the year as well. At the first edition of the LVMH Watch Week in Dubai, they continue to uphold this tradition. Next to the new version of the Big Bang 42mm with the integrated bracelet, there is much more news;
Big Bang Meca-10
The Meca-10 movement, with its impressive power reserve of ten days, has been reworked by Hublot so that it is a perfect fit for the tonneau shape of the Spirit of Big Bang. Available in black ceramic, King Gold, and titanium, it perfectly showcases its high-tech movement in this charismatic case. The watch achieves its ten-day power reserve thanks to two mainspring barrels and shows the current power reserve with a unique rack and pinion indicator.
Spirit of Big Bang Rainbow
The Meca-10 is not the only exciting new Spirit of Big Bang at the LVMH Watch Week. Hublot also gave the 42mm chronograph and 39mm time only a rainbow treatment. Utilizing the most tantalizing colors that mother nature has to offer, the brand sets these gemstones in cases of King Gold. This results in an attention-grabbing creation, in which Hublot used brilliant-cut gems for the cases and dials, but the best part is the bezel, where baguette-cut stones make the rainbow seamlessly come to life.
Big Bang MP-11 Red Magic
Another one of Hublot’s mechanical masterpieces is now also available with a red ceramic case. The Big Bang MP-11 most certainly looks good in this new color, which gives it a very dynamic appearance. It is fitted with a black rubber strap and black finish on the movement to off-set the case, while the hands and hour markers bring unity as Hublot crafted those in red. The watch has an impressive fourteen-day power-reserve, which it gets from seven mainspring barrels. They are coupled in series and show the current power reserve on a display roll next to it.
Big Bang Sang Bleu II
Hublot has declared that blue is the new black as they introduce new limited editions in the highly successful Sang Bleu collection. It is a watch where geometric patterns rule supreme, but it is not form that dominates function. The chronograph features are still surprisingly easy to read, and the blue is a stunning combination with the titanium case, but goes equally well with the King Gold case.
Classic Fusion Gold Crystal
Can a watch made from ceramic be the perfect showcase for gold? Hublot proves that this can indeed be the case with the Classic Fusion Gold Crystal. This all-black watch has a dial on which gold crystals get all the room to show their natural beauty in its purest form. To achieve this, Hublot heats 24-carat gold to its melting point and then lets it crystallize, creating a crystal structure that is unique with each watch.