Set with 232 coloured gemstones carefully arranged in chromatic gradation, the Big Bang One Click Steel Rainbow 33mm will bring a smile to those who set their eyes on it. The self-winding timepiece is equipped with the brand’s One Click quick-switch strap system, allowing owners to easily alternate between the accompanying multicoloured alligator strap and black rubber strap.
Lightweight, highly scratch-resistant and a challenge to cut and sculpt, sapphire crystal is the case material of the Spirit of Big Bang Magic Sapphire 42mm (left) and the Big Bang Unico Sapphire 42mm. Aside from making for an arresting aesthetic, the transparent material also allows viewers to admire the self-winding chronograph movements within.
Hublot does not just use challenging case materials such as sapphire crystal or high-tech ceramic — it creates them in just about every colour of the rainbow. The brand’s ultra-saturated ceramics make a strong statement, as demonstrated here by the Big Bang Unico Blue Magic 42mm (top) and the Big Bang Sang Bleu II Green Ceramic 45mm.
That’s the Spirit
Whether round, tonneau or square, Hublot timepieces are instantly recognisable by hallmarks such as a multi-layer sandwich construction, skeletonisation and a bold mix of materials. The self-winding Spirit of Big Bang King Gold Ceramic 42mm comes in a case made of King Gold, the brand’s own alloy that is warmer than traditional red gold, and is topped with a black ceramic bezel.