Have you been wondering about the new ceramic Hublot Big Bang watches? Well, we have bene too. The previous grey, white, or blue options were some of the finest creations from Hublot in the recent past and these new releases take that to a whole new level. These four new limited edition Big Bang Integral Ceramic watches – Jungle Green, Blue Indigo, Sand Beige, and Sky Blue are limited to 250 pieces. Despite following the design IP established by the previous Integral Ceramic models, these watches try and pump some fresh life into the Integral line by Hublot.
New Hublot Big Bang Integral Ceramic Limited Edition
That means 42mm cases that are 13.45mm thick and come fitted to a matching full ceramic bracelet with a titanium deployant buckle. All four examples are satin finished with polished accents, and exhibit a new range of nicely selected colors that help to capture the shine of the ceramic while offering additional options into the ever-growing Integral family (and yes, the two new blues are distinct shades compared to that of the existing Integral Blue Ceramic, which is more of an aquamarine).
On The Inside
Inside the watch, which is visible through the floating dial and the see-through case back, we can see the Hublot Unico HUB1280 calibre, the same self-winding chronograph movement that has been used in many of the Hublot Integral watches. Mustering a 72-hour power reserve, the HUB1280 runs at 4 Hz and supports a 1-hour chronograph. The neat skeletonized date display that integrates into the sub-dial at 3 is also nothing but chic.
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