Introducing The Hublot Big Bang Integral
That a Hublot Big Bang with an incorporated bracelet hadn’t existed until this exact second is absolutely a mystery. In a time when each significant producer is scrambling to put resources into the R&D, plan, and creation of a hardened steel sports watch with an incorporated bracelet, Hublot had much less work to do, because the ideal stage previously existed in their line up and down: The Big Bang.
It took a touch of rejigging to make a bracelet work consistently with the notorious case, but now it’s available in three altogether new cycles. What you will not discover, be that as it may, is a tempered steel model. Rather the watch comes in titanium, black ceramic, and King Gold. The coordinated bracelet is a three-connect plan that reflects the overall rakish, sharp tasteful the Big Bang is known for. The look comes from not just the case being blessed to receive a sound portion of beveling and chamfering, but the connections as well.
The dial and bezel continue as before as the current creation Big Bang, with the solitary slight change being the files – Arabic numerals are not, at this point present.
Some watches seem like they ought to have been there from the beginning, and this is surely one of them. The Big Bang has a quite certain style related with it, alongside an unmistakable market portion, and I think the plan is impeccably highlighted by an incorporated bracelet. At the point when anybody acquainted with Hublot first sees the watch, the following inquiry may be, “Hang on a second, that is new?” It seems like it ought to have been this way all along.
The HUB1280 is continued from the standard Big Bang, and the section wheel is visible through an open-worked dial. The black earthenware form will be restricted to 500 pieces, while King Gold and Titanium will be in standard production.
Model: Big Bang Integral
Reference Number: 451.NX.1170.NX (Titanium), 451.OX.1180.OX (King Gold), 451.CX.1140.CX (Black Ceramic)
Case Material: Titanium, King Gold, Black Ceramic
Dial Color: Matte black skeleton
Water Resistance: 100m
Strap/Bracelet: Satin-completed and cleaned bracelet in Tianium, King Gold, or Black Ceramic
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date, hour long chronograph
Power Reserve: 72 hours
Frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vph)
Estimating & Availability
Price: Titanium: $20,900, King Gold: $52,500, Black Ceramic: $23,100.
Availability: Authorized dealers
Limited Edition: Black Ceramic restricted to 500 examples.
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