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The New Hublot Watches of the LVMH Watch Week 2021

New colours, new materials, new movements... still bold!

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Today, three of the LVMH watch brands – Bvlgari, Hublot and Zenith – are releasing part of their new collections for 2021. As part of the novelties presented by Hublot this year, we have new takes on the Big Bang, with classic or complex movements, playing on materials and colours, as well as a new women’s watch. Let’s get an overview of the 2021 Hublot watches.

Big Bang Integral Ceramic in new Colours

The trend for watches with integrated bracelets is showing no sign of abating. Following this trend, Hublot unveiled the Big Bang Integral last year at the LVMH Watch Week 2020. The model can be distinguished from other Big Bang watches by its three-link bracelet integrated into the 42mm case. Following the already existing black ceramic version, Hublot now launches the Big Bang Integral in three new ceramic colours; white, navy blue and grey. The watch is powered by the latest version of the in-house Unico column-wheel automatic chronograph.

Quick Facts: white, blue or grey ceramic case – 42mm x 13.45mm – water-resistant to 100m – automatic calibre HUB1280 Unico – 72-hour power reserve – ceramic bracelet with titanium folding buckle – references 451.HX.1123.HX (white ceramic), 451.EX.5123.EX (blue ceramic), 451.FX.6923.FX (grey ceramic) – all priced at EUR 22,700

Big Bang Tourbillon Orange Sapphire

Hublot adds a new colour to its palette of sapphire-cased watches. The Big Bang Tourbillon Orange Sapphire is powered by a new tourbillon movement with a dial side micro-rotor (featuring the Hublot logo) and three sapphire bridges. A limited edition of 50 pieces, the watch is worn on a transparent orange rubber strap fitted with a patented express One Click interchangeability system and titanium deployant buckle.

Quick Facts: orange sapphire crystal case – 45mm x 15.30mm – water-resistant to 30m – automatic calibre MHUB6035 with tourbillon and micro-rotor – 72-hour power reserve – transparent orange rubber strap with titanium folding buckle – reference 419.JO.0120.RT – limited to 50 pieces – EUR 167,000

Big Bang MP-11 Magic Gold and Blue Sapphire

The Hublot MP-11 is an impressive watch equipped with a movement that can store up to two weeks or 14 days of power reserve, thanks to 7 in-line barrels and a unique architecture. This ultra-powerful watch is offered this year in two new versions, now encased in new materials. One comes with the brand’s proprietary magic gold and the other one is fitted with a transparent blue sapphire case. Each version is a limited edition of 50 pieces.

Quick Facts: magic gold or blue sapphire crystal case – 45mm x 14.40mm – water-resistant to 30m – hand-wound calibre HUB9011 with 7 coupled barrels – 14-day power reserve – rubber strap with folding buckle – reference 911.MX.0138.RX in gold and 911.JL.0119.RX in sapphire – limited editions of 50 pieces each – EUR 88,300 in gold and EUR 130,000 in sapphire

Classic Fusion Orlinski 40mm

Since 2017 Hublot has teamed up with French designer and artist Richard Orlinski, playing on his classic theme of faceted objects. The Classic Fusion Orlinski 40mm now comes with new colours for its ceramic case in a flashy blue or classic glossy black – two colours often used in the artist’s XXL bestiary. The watch is powered by the HUB1100 automatic movement, based on the Sellita SW 300-1 architecture.

Quick Facts: flashy blue or glossy black ceramic case – 40mm x 11.10mm – water-resistant to 50m – automatic calibre HUB1100 (Sellita-based) – 42-hour power reserve – rubber strap with folding buckle – references 550.CS.1800.RX.ORL21 (black) or 550.ES.5100.RX.ORL21 (blue) – both priced at EUR 13,400

Big Bang One Click 33mm

Coming either in steel or pink gold, this women’s Big Bang is just 33mm in diameter and stands out for its patented One Click interchangeability system that allows you to change the strap and the personality of your watch in seconds, without any tools. This new feminine watch is powered by the automatic calibre HUB1120 (Sellita-based). Multiple colours are also available for the dial.

Quick Facts: steel or pink gold case set with diamonds – 33mm x 10.55mm – water-resistant to 100m – automatic calibre HUB1120 – 40-hour power reserve – interchangeable rubber strap with folding buckle – references 485.SE.2010.RW.1204 (white steel diamond), 485.OE.2080.RW.1204 (white gold diamond), 485.SX.1170.RX.1204 (black steel diamond), 485.OX.1180.RX.1204 (black gold diamond) – EUR 12,400 in steel and EUR 22,700 in gold

For more information, please visit www.hublot.com.

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3 responses

  1. There’s no middle ground with Hublot, love it or loathe it. I am still waiting for one to love

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