Top 6 Hublot Big Bang Watches To Own Now

Hublot, a Swiss luxury watchmaker created in 1980 by Italian Carlo Crocco, combines extreme precision with innovative watchmaking methods. The Hublot Big Bang range, which debuted in 2004, pushes the limits of conventional watchmaking style by combining sophistication and driving dynamics with a unique modern feel, leading to high-performance models that deliver outstanding convenience, fashion, and accuracy.

Hublot Big Bang watches come with several techniques, functions, and designs, but no matter what your taste is, you’ll find one that will suit you. The Hublot Big Bang range received the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève prize for “Best Design” in 2005 and has since achieved a tremendous value proposition. Here are a few of the great items from the line to think about.

1. Big Bang Caviar

Thinking of a unique present for your father for the next month’s Father’s Day, or your brother’s upcoming birthday, or as your son’s reward for being obedient and grateful towards you? Or just looking for a way to spoil yourself because you’re stressed out with this type of lifestyle? If that’s the case, the Hublot Big Bang watch ref 346.CX.1800.RX is one of the most incredible presents you can buy for yourself or anyone else. The rhodium-plated indexes and hands are set against a black dial with a pattern of arrows and radial circles. Meanwhile, at 3 o’clock, there is a date slot, and it is housed in a 41 mm polished black ceramic case, making it more lightweight and wearable. This watch is powered by a Hublot HUB1112 engine with a 42-hour power reserve and is also water-resistant to a depth of 100 meters. Overall, the Big Bang Caviar’s extra characteristics make it among the most rugged watches in the range.

2. Big Bang Unico King Gold

Searching for a watch that is both timeless and fashionable? Then this Hublot Big Bang Unico King Gold watch ref 411.OX.1180.RX makes a strong point with its high mechanical solution. This watch has a beautiful brushed and satin-finished 18K King Gold casing and polished corners. This timepiece is driven by the HUB1242 movement, which has 72-hour battery life. The six “H” type titanium screws protect the 18K gold bezel. Meanwhile, a curved inner bezel flange with a red printed second/minute hands track and two chronograph sub-dials at 3 and 9 o’clock, are visible on the watch’s beautiful skeletonized dial. Like if the previous specs weren’t impressive enough, this Hublot Big Bang Unico King Gold is also water-resistant to 100 meters. Finally, a handsome black rubber band completes the look.

3. Big Bang Steel

Hublot guarantees the provision of affordable and stylish watches thanks to its worldwide popularity. With its blue and silver hue, this Hublot Big Bang edition in steel ref 301.SX.7170.LR has developed itself as among the brand’s most colorful pieces to date. Its clear case back and satin-finished stainless steel shell further contribute to its attraction.

Arabic numeral indicators and silver-tone luminescent hands were featured on this watch’s dial. Three chronograph sub-dials at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock add depth to the rather uninspired dial. This Hublot Big Bang watch is covered by a sapphire anti-reflective crystal. A stable HUB4100 chronograph movement pounds at its heart simultaneously. On top of everything else, the blue dial is complemented by a blue alligator and rubber band.

4. Big Bang Unico Titanium Ceramic

This classic Hublot Big Bang Unico timepiece ref 411.NM.1170.RX is packaged in a 45 mm carbon fiber case with a polished white ceramic-titanium bezel, meant to turn heads everywhere you sport it. There’s also a clear skeletonized dial with two chronograph sub-dials that show off the watch’s intricacies. This watch, which is driven by the Hublot Calibre HUB1242 mechanism, guarantees accuracy and reliability. It is high on both beauty and reliability, with a battery pack of 72 hours. You’ve got yourself an efficient wristwatch since it’s also 100-meter water-resistant.

5. Big Bang Big Bang Ferrari Unico

The Hublot Big Bang Big Bang Ferrari Unico ref 402.QF.0110.WR is a wonderful and luxury watch by nature, and because of its stylish, top-quality black rubber case, it’s a delight to dress regularly. It has an excellent aesthetic that combines a shiny appearance with a contemporary feel. The bold silver hands and hour markers, a yellow date show window at 3 o’clock, a chronograph sub-dial are featured on the elegant red and black skeleton dial. The style is completed with durable rubber, black Schedoni, or black Alcantara leather strap that maximizes stability and comfort. This outstanding wristwatch is set inside a 45 mm carbon fiber shell, along with an anti-reflective sapphire crystal glass, water resistance up to 100 meters, and is operated by the automatic HUB1241 caliber movement.

6. Big Bang Unico Titanium

The Hublot Big Bang Big Bang Unico Titanium ref 441.NM.1170.RX, a spectacular watch with a satin-finished bezel, a black rubber band with deployment clasp, and skeletonized dial, is now available. There’s no reason to go fully still if you lose your watch. A matte skeletonized case back and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal remove marks and fractures on this wristwatch. Furthermore, a date indicator, as well as two chronograph sub-dials at 3 and 9 o’clock, are featured on the analog dial. It is powered by a HUB1280 Unico movement, has a 72-hour battery capacity, and is 100-meter depth water-resistant, making it one of Hublot’s most rugged inventions.

In A Nutshell

The Hublot Big Bang watch has many critics who claim that it resembles the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak too much. Others object to the fact that there’s so many different combinations. Others, on the other hand, dislike the inherent meanness. Of course, everybody has the right to their own views. More so, the Hublot Big Bang is an excellent timepiece. It’s sturdy, has a manufacturing revolution, and a renowned name. That isn’t to say it will keep its appeal, as well as other styles in the premium sports watch segment. The suggested retail price in the United Kingdom is GBP 14,700, and if you’re lucky, you can have one for around GBP 11,000 on the secondhand market.