04 Dec Hublot Big Bang Creates Music Score With Musician Celebrities
Hublot Big Bang, a well known fusion watch since 2004, after Jean-Claude Biver became its brand CEO, has been creating scores amongst some music celebrities with their Big Bang model. Musicians such as Lang Lang, Ed Sheeran and DJ Khalid have been spotted wearing their Hublot timepiece while gracing important events. One of the most prominent Big Bang model featured is the All Black watch that uses its in-house UNICO movement.
The Hublot Big Bang Unico All Black was first released in 2013 which was equipped with calibre Hub1242 – otherwise known as the UNICO movement.
Featuring as a flyback chronograph, this movement is armed with 330 parts, beats at 28,800 vph, fitted with 38 jewels and has a power reserve of 72 hours. The Hublot Big Bang Unico All Black here is fitted with a 45.5mm black ceramic sapphire crystal to front case back. Beautifully adorned with six iconic H-shaped screw on its bezel, this timepiece is also fitted with screw-down crown that is stamped with an “H” logo. The hour and minute consists of bold, black and open-worked hands which reveals details underneath the face dial. With its two round push-pieces featured at its 2 o’clock and 4 o’clock position, all you need to do is to gently press the chrono pushers. At 3 o’clock, there is a 30-minute chronograph register and a smaller aperture that reveals a date. At 9 o’clock, there is a smaller sub-dial which showcase the small seconds. Interestingly, this sub-dial resembles the crosshair of a rifle scope so this means you will be focusing on the underneath silver coloured wheel.
Hublot Big Bang Unique Features
One of the unique features of Hublot Big Bang is the open dial expression which reveals its inner elements. With clever manipulation of depth and volume, the large, black indexes and Arabic numerals appears to be floating above the monochrome palette dial while showing you the time.
The skeletonised dial is a tantalising spectacle that reveals a superb inner UNICO chronograph movement view. With a column-wheel positioned at 6 o’clock, you can safely say that this is a proper chronograph – it has six gleaming pillars adorning the column-wheel. Thus this timepiece is ideally suited for timing consecutive-based events as it features a 4 Hz movement to support its flyback chronograph capabilities.
This Hublot Big Bang Unico All Black has an in-house UNICO movement, user-friendly detachable strap system, round push pieces and an introverted H-shaped screw that adorns its bezel. Its tempting black attire proves to be a very tempting proposition. In short, Hublot Big Bang Unico All Black gives its owner a classy yet flirtatious feeling by showing its inner components.