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Hublot hit it out of the park with notable announcements at Watches and Wonders 2022. We were treated to their first square watch collection, the Hublot Square Bang, and a series of incredible novelties, including the Hublot Big Bang integral ceramic collection and much more.

The brand continues to wow its followers every time they release a new watch for the market and tease at every opportunity with the limited edition models they produce.

What makes Hublot Special?

Hublot watches are known for their uniqueness. Since the brand launched in 1980, they have been at the forefront of design. They were the first brand to combine gold and rubber to make watches as the founder Carlo Crocco wanted to template a design that was adaptable, durable and stylish.

The designs reflect a ship’s porthole, and the word Hublot actually translates directly to the word in French, with their combination of polished and brushed metal cases, rubber bands and minimalist dials. They conform to any wrist and offer comfortable, weightless wear, making them perfect for sports lovers or manual workers who love style and sophistication.

The brand made a name for itself after producing the world’s most expensive watch – the five-million-dollar watch – back in 2012. The Five Million Dollar watch had over 1,200 diamonds in a white gold Big Bang case and bracelet, which certainly wowed the crowds at Baselworld.

 

Are Hublot Limited Edition Watches a Good Investment?

Hublot doesn’t offer a budget model, especially when it comes to their limited edition models, but they do provide exceptional quality, fantastic design and a tremendous reputation. They offer a distinctive design with a well-structured body and unique bezel and are known for their high-quality craftsmanship and precision. The brand’s limited-edition models are reputable and have been worn by celebrities worldwide.

The brand has a history of innovation, and with the limited-edition models, you get that expression of exclusivity. The fact that the latest limited-edition releases are restricted to just 250 pieces means they will likely be even more sought after in years to come.

Hublot Big Bang Integral Green Ceramic Limited Edition

One of four beautiful colourways released at this year’s Watches and Wonders event, this model is a new take on the Hublot Big Bang collection. The new colours are designed to represent the three elements of earth, water and wood, with the Integral Green Ceramic taking its inspiration from the world’s tropical forests. It really stands out due to its unique and vivid colour and the ability to see its movements within.

The model comes with a satin-finished and polished ceramic case, bezel and bracelet. The bracelet has been crafted with three columns, composed of 22 ceramic elements that require a special mould and process to make. The clasp is made of black PVD Titanium, and the matt green dial finishes the piece beautifully.

It is powered by the latest Unico movement, the flatter and more modern caliber released in 2018 that offers 72 hours of power reserve. The unique offering of this caliber is that you can view the column wheel from the dial side, and the wearer can switch between timing measurements with a single press of the push-piece.

Limited to 250 pieces, the Hublot Big Bang Integral Green Ceramic Limited Edition can be yours from Banks Lyon for just £19,900 or as little as £375.94 per month on 0% finance. Please visit our buy a watch on finance page.

Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Red Magic Limited Edition 42mm

Also limited to 250 pieces, the brand new Spirit of Big Bang Red Magic watch offers a polished red ceramic case with black, which has been painstakingly assembled by hand and red-lined rubber straps.

It incorporates the Hub4700 caliber, a revitalised version of the El Primero movement, the first automatic chronograph released in 1969, offering a nod to the history of watchmaking inside the very futuristic design of the Spirit of Big Bang Watches. In the Red Magic edition, that is elevated more by the vibrancy of the case.

Hublot’s unique ceramic is an ultra-resilient, scratchproof material, and the red magic bezel is finished with 6 H-shaped titanium screws. The face is a sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective treatment. You don’t have to worry about taking a dip wearing this breathtaking design as the watch itself is water-resistant up to 100m.

Become one of the few Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Red Magic Limited Edition 42mm owners; purchase it today for just £28,700.

At Banks Lyon, we’re proud to offer Hublot watches on finance, including these beautiful limited edition models. Call into our Lancaster or Kendal showrooms to take a look at the models and see their unique colours for yourself.