For this year's edition of LVMH Watch Week, Hublot presented a colorful edition of the sapphire Big Bang model…
Over the years, the watch brand has mastered the art of creating intriguing transparent watches, created from sapphire crystal. After a completely transparent, black, yellow, blue and red version, the famous brand presented the orange option, which is amazing, to put it mildly.
Named the Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic Orange Sapphire, the watch features a completely new shade of orange, achieved through the use of titanium and chromium, during an interesting production process. "In keeping with the winning spirit, Hublot has produced a new, remarkable innovation, by introducing the first orange sapphire case," said Ricado Guadalupe, CEO of the brand.
“Our manufactory has also reaffirmed its expertise by unveiling a new automatic tourbillon, which is entirely designed and manufactured in our workshop, and which is visible from the dial side. It is the art of fusion, in all its glory, in the Hublot way, ”he added.
Housed inside a 45 mm transparent case, the new turbion mechanism, the MHUB6035, is equipped with ceramic ball bearings and the latest Hublot technically advanced winding system. The new design of the mechanism puts the rotor in the center of attention. Satin-finished and sandblasted elements of the mechanism beautifully combine the orange color of the watch, giving it an attractive aesthetic.
Beating at a frequency of 3 Hz, the model offers energy reserve for 72 hours, and comes paired with an orange rubber strap, which completes its appearance. Only fifty such models will be produced, with a price of up to 169,000 dollars.