Hublot’s Watches & Wonders 2024 Highlights

At this year’s Geneva edition of Watches & Wonders, Hublot has prepared an extensive showcase of novelties, ranging from numerous reimaginings of the Big Bang, new examples of the avant-garde MP model to updated iterations of the Classic Fusion. Among the ensemble, certain timekeepers were spotlighted, including the Big Bang MP-11 14-Day Power Reserve Water Blue Sapphire, Big Bang E Gen 3 EURO smartwatch and fresh renditions of the Spirit of Big Bang Sang Bleu, to name a few.

Check out some of the highlights from Hublot’s Watches & Wonders 2024 lineup below.

Big Bang MP-11 14-Day Power Reserve Water Blue Sapphire

Marking the debut of a fresh new colorway for Hublot’s roster of sapphire watches, the new MP-11 arrives in a translucent water blue from the strap, case to elements of its tehcnival movement. Equipped with a sculptural 7-barrel movement, the timepiece has a two-week power reserve thanks to its Manufacture caliber. Boasting a 45mm case size, this model also retains its conventional height of 10.9mm. Priced at $171,000 USD, the Big Bang MP-11 14-Day Power Reserve Water Blue Sapphire is released as a 50-piece limited edition.

Big Bang Unico Ice Bang (E-commerce Exclusive)

Building from the success of the Big Bang series, Hublot continues to experiment and explore on integrating new materials for the model. Releasing as an online exclusive, the Big Bang Unico Ice Bang sports a two-tone makeover and a ceramic build. Spotlighted on the center of the watch face is a matte black dial, which offers a glimpse into the column wheel of its HUB1280 Manufacture movement, which also comes with a flyback chronograph function. With a retail price of $24,100 USD, this 42mm timepiece comes with two interchangeable straps and is limited to only 100 pieces.

Spirit of Big Bang Sang Bleu

After eight years of of collaboration with tattoo artist Maxime Plescia-Buchi, Hublot finally crafts the first sapphire build Spirit of Big Bang Sang Bleu. With the new case, the watch’s distinct beauty and aesthetics can be more thoroughly observed, especially the stunning details within its HUB4700 skeletonized chronograph movement. Synonymous with the model’s usual dimensions, this new rendition comes in a 42mm structural and facetted watch case and has a price tag of $143,000 USD.

Big Bang Unico Orange Ceramic

A tangy orange colorway with a ceramic watch case is now added to Hublot’s Big Bang Unico collection. The case, bezel, indices, subdials, hands to the structured rubber strap are dressed in the same tonal hue, accented with touches of black for a striking color contrast. The vibrant dial also highlights its skeletonized Unico caliber, offering a peek into its mesmerizing inner workings. Releasing as a 250-piece limited edition, the Big Bang Unico Orange Ceramic is priced at $29,600 USD.

Big Bang E Gen 3 EURO

In celebrating this year’s UEFA European Football Championship, Hublot has prepared a light blue-coded smart watch that ensures its wearer is kept up-to-date in real-time for the finals of the sporting event. Technical specifications-wise, this watch is the third generation of Hublot’s very-own smartwatch, now equipped with the Qualcomm® Snapdragon Wear™ 4100+ processor, complete with eight different sensors, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC payment connectivity as well as GPS functions. Lightweight and durable, the 44mm-wide titanium case is paired with a comfortable and sporty rubber strap, retailing for $6,500 USD and is limited to 100 examples only.

Big Bang Integrated Time Only 38mm

Making a comeback in new dimensions, the Big Bang Integrated Time Only has returned in a slimmer profile and 38mm case size — exactly 2mm smaller than its former editions. The new references are offered in black or blue color dials, in either titanium or King Gold. Prices go between $13,100 – $47,100 USD, all variants are fitted with a matching integrated bracelet and run on the in-house MHUB1115 self-winding movement.

To view Hublot’s entire showcase of new novelties, visit its official website for more information.

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