Hublot Big Bang Blue Watch

In the middle of the summer in the northern hemisphere, Cheap Hublot Replica Watches brought two new boutiques, located in the French coastal towns of Cannes and Saint-Tropez, along the famous Frenchôte (Côted’Azur). You have already seen its direction, right? The new boutique is equipped with azure-looking beaches and nautical design – the new, simply named Hublot Big Bang Blue limited edition watch features a blue ceramic case and is the main style.

Blue is still the popular color of watches, and Hublot Replica Big Bang Blue is one of the bluest watches. It uses a familiar 45 mm Big Bang case, made mainly of blue ceramic, with a polished surface and a micro-spray on the surface. It has white composite resin inserts on both sides. Like the case, the bezel is polished with blue ceramics on both sides and a micro-spray on the top for a matte look and finish. The bezel is secured with polished titanium H-screws. The crown and buttons are made of satin titanium. Water resistant to 100 meters, the watch comes in two strap options: white and blue rubber or white rubber and blue crocodile skin.

The dial has a cutout design and is equipped with a common dial configuration for other Hublot Replica Watches Big Bang watches: a second hand at 9 o’clock and a 60-minute chronograph at 3 o’clock. Hand and application hour indices are rhodium-plated and satin-polished and filled with white luminescent materials that are easy to read in low light conditions. There is an inconspicuous date window at 3 o’clock and a blue flange marked with minutes around the dial.

Honestly, look at the news photos here, it seems that the hollowed out watch on the hollowed out dial of Hublot Big Bang Blue may not be the easiest to read – although Fake Hublot Watches is often considered correct. But as they say, telling such a time in a lifestyle statement may be just a secondary consideration. In addition, you are losing readability when you are able to see the internal workings of your watch. The hollowed out dial means that some trains can be seen and the train wheels are visible. Seeing these movements, especially when you activate the chronograph, is very cool.

The movement is Hublot’s trusted HUB1242 for many other Hublot Big Bang watches. It is built in-house and is a self-winding chronograph movement with a flyback mechanism. It consists of 330 components, 4 Hz beats, and has a considerable power reserve of 72 hours. The movement can be seen through the back of the watch’s sapphire display case.

Although the blue dial has been popular for some time, an all-blue dial like the Hublot Big Bang Blue is naturally uncommon. Despite its name, Swiss Hublot Watches Big Bang Blue is not the first blue limited edition Big Bang watch – some of the Hublot Big Bang Unico Italia Independent watches (also here) are also very beautiful. The Hublot Big Bang Blue is limited to 100 pieces and is priced at $21,500 and will initially be available in Hublot’s “Summer Boutique.”