In 2020 – 15 years after its launch – the Hublot Big Bang was launched in a version with an integrated bracelet. An integrated architecture for integral fusion. A strong aesthetic for a timepiece with clearly defined lines, fully integrated in ceramic, with the exception of the composite lugs, pushers and crown over moulded with rubber.
Thanks to its innovation, Hublot has pushed the boundaries of ceramic, by increasing the hardness and scratch resistance of this material and enhancing the intensity of its colour while retaining its lightness, making it a delight to wear thanks to its low thermal conductivity and its hypoallergenic quality.
With this Hublot ceramic, the Hublot BigBang Integral is in its element, bringing 4 new monochrome shades to the collection. Each available in a limited edition of 250 pieces, there are 4 colourways which represent the elements of WATER, EARTH and WOOD. Taking you on a journey around the world. An indigo blue from the Majorelle Garden and the streets of Chefchaouen in Morocco, and the Blue City of Jodhpur in Rajasthan. An sky blue from the South Seas. A sand beige from the deserts, and from the beaches of the Caribbean. And a jungle green from the tropical forests.
All packed in a 42-mm case, ready to take you on a non-stop 72-hour journey tracked by the UNICO V2 manufacture movement. The piece is equipped with the HUB1280 calibre featuring a slimmer design, new architecture, easier assembly and enhanced legibility and functionality. It also boasts an integrated bracelet featuring 3 bevelled and chamfered links with polished and satin-finished surfaces. The unique design of the Hublot Big Bang Integral Ceramic is set off to stunning effect by these colours and finishes.