Big BangSee Collection
History of the Hublot Big Bang
A key principle behind the design and creation of Hublot is the art of fusion. The Big Bang collection - launched in 2005 – is the perfect illustration of this concept. Big Bang watches combine unexpected materials including ceramic, carbon, titanium, tungsten, gold and diamonds and employ the most cutting edge technology.
The Big Bang retains the original Hublot ‘porthole’ look and are available in 38mm, 41mm, 44mm, and 48mm sizes. Big Bang watches are popular with both men and ladies and have made a big impression on the world of watches and celebrity alike, winning many awards and acquiring fans in the world of sports and fashion alike.
Classic FusionSee Collection
The Hublot Classic Fusion Collection
The Hublot Classic Fusion is an evolution of the concept of the Big Bang. The art of fusion is a key principle behind the design and creation of Hublot. Classic Fusion watches feature the same technical audacity as the Big Bang collection with a more classical, attractive aesthetic.
You would be hard pushed to find another watch collection that fuses ceramic, gold, titanium, platinum and diamonds to make watches with such a timeless, stylish design. The Classic Fusion combines traditional watchmaking values with contemporary cutting edge methods.
Hublot Limited EditionsSee Collection
Pioneering bold masculinity with a creative flair at ever turn, Hublot has created an array of stunning limited edition timepieces since its beginnings. All of these watches have an intriguing back story to complement the quality of their craftsmanship. These Limited Editions represent some of the very best from the vibrant imagination of the Hublot design team.
Hublot have successfully synthesized prestigious horology and dedicated Swiss craft with outspoken masculinity, whilst all the while remaining unquestionably cool.
Hublot was founded in 1980 four years after Carlo Crocco left the Binda group with an ambition to create his own luxury watch company. After founding the company MDM Genève and deciding on the name Hublot (French for ‘Porthole’) the brand introduced the Big Bang Red Gold at the Baselworld Watch Fair in 1980.
In 2004 Hublot was joined by former Omega president Jean-Claude Biver and under his guidance have become one of the most sought after brands in the world. Featuring exclusive editions of highly complicated watches and chronographs, Hublot us only the highest quality materials ensuring they hold their value.