Just in at Watches of Wales is this sparkling wonder, the Hublot Big Bang chronograph, presented here in a solid rose gold format with ceramic bezel. The Big Bang is one of Hublot's most popular models, but why is that?
Well, for a start, the range is extremely diverse. Like the shape but don't like the attention a solid gold watch might draw? Hublot's made the exact same model in stainless steel, ceramic bezel and all. Or, maybe you like the bling that undoubtedly goes with a watch like this, well, Hublot's made a version with added diamonds too. Or perhaps this chronograph model isn't for you? Well, Hublot's thought of that as well, there are no less than eight subdivisions of the Big Bang model range, one of which is a smartwatch! But, what if you wanted this watch without the chronograph? Well, that's one place where you've caught Hublot out, the Classic Fusion range looks reasonably similar, but it's not exact.
In fact, the range's diversity is probably the main reason the Big Bang range is so popular. If you buy an Hublot, the chances are it's a Big Bang. The Unico subdivision has 62 individual models in it, and they're all on sale right now. And if you fancied something a little more out of this world from a design point of view, Hublot's continually working with architects and artists alike to make crazy looking watches. Check out their Big Bang Sang Bleu models to see what we mean!
But what if you had your heart set on this one? Well, there are a few reasons why you might want to consider it over a brand new one. The most significant difference is the price, compared to a brand new model; this one gives you a saving of over £6k. That's a shiny new watch and one hell of an order on Just Eat. Because, you know, lockdown and stuff.
It's also worth noting that Hublot hasn't changed this model very much. Despite being one of the first models released by the brand after Jean-Claude Biver took the helm (JCB took over in 2004 and this was released one year later), there are very few significant differences. The dial with its carbon fibre weave effect remains unchanged with gold hands and numerals. There's also the signature Hublot 'H' counterbalance for the chronograph seconds hand.
Around the back of the watch and in full view is the calibre HUB4100, built on the venerable ETA 7753 ebauche, this one will not only stand the test of time on the wrist but be reasonably convenient when it's time for a service. The version on sale today has the same movement in it as well, meaning we can offer you much better value considering the watch is in such excellent condition. This is undoubtedly one of the most elegant of the Big Bang models we've had on sale at Watches of Wales. This particular example also comes with its original box and paperwork.
If the idea of a 44mm chronograph watch that stands out from the rest of the crowd sounds good to you, head on over to our shop section to check out the latest stock!