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Hublot: Distinct Design Meets Modern Materials

As a young company, the Swiss watch manufacturer Hublot is focused on modern times. Their timepieces blend exceptional craftsmanship with extraordinary designs and, in some cases, never-before-seen materials.

By Chrono24

Reshaping the Luxury Watch Industry

Swiss luxury watch manufacturer Hublot has been making waves with its extraordinary designs, unusual material combinations, and high-end craftsmanship since its founding in 1980. Company founder Carlo Crocco set the tone with his very first collection, which included the world's first gold watch on a rubber strap. This timepiece also introduced the brand's unique and now-iconic bezel, with its prominent screws. Crocco based the watch on a ship's porthole. In fact, the company's name, "Hublot," is French for "porthole."

The fusion of seemingly incongruous materials continues to define the modern collection. For example, Hublot is the only company to produce "Magic Gold," a yellow gold and ceramic alloy. Some watches also feature carbon fiber, sapphire, titanium, textile, or even a kind of concrete.

But their variety of materials isn't the only unusual thing about Hublot: The company also forges its own path in terms of design. Big Bang model, which lives up to its name by featuring case diameters of up to 45 mm, quickly conquered many a watch lover's heart the world over. The Classic Fusion is rather sleek by Hublot standards, while the MP collection could have come from a sci-fi film. The Spirit of Big Bang stands out from the pack with its tonneau-shaped case. Hublot augmented its catalog in 2022 with a line of square watches that the manufacturer has appropriately named the Square Bang.

A look inside these timepieces is proof positive that Hublot has mastered the art of watchmaking. Here you'll find, among other things, in-house movements with bi-axial tourbillons and calibers with up to nine barrels promising over two weeks of power reserve. Watches with chronograph, GMT, and perpetual calendar functions are also part of the Hublot catalog.

Reasons to Buy a Hublot Watch

  • Unmistakable designs
  • Innovative materials, like the gold and ceramic alloy "Magic Gold"
  • In-house calibers like the HUB6016 with a tourbillon
  • Numerous limited editions with potential to appreciate in value
  • Collaboration with Ferrari on the MP-05 with a 50-day power reserve

Prices at a Glance: Hublot Watches

Model, reference number Price (approx.) Material, caliber
MP-05 LaFerrari, 905.JX.0001.RT 495,000 USD Sapphire, HUB9005 Tourbillon
Spirit of Big Bang Tourbillon, 645.JX.5120.RT 125,000 USD Carbon fiber, HUB6020 Tourbillon
MP-11 Power Reserve 14 Days, 911.JX.0123.RW 80,000 USD Carbon fiber, HUB9011
Big Bang Original, 361.PE.2010.RW.1704 25,000 USD King Gold, HUB2900 Quartz
Square Bang, 821.NX.0170.RX 19,800 USD Titanium, HUB1280
Big Bang Integrated Chronograph, 451.NX.1170.NX 18,700 USD Titanium, HUB1280
Classic Fusion, 565.NO.1480.RX 8,150 USD Titanium, King Gold, HUB1110
Classic Fusion, 581.NX.2611.RX 5,100 USD Titanium, HUB2912 Quartz

How much does a Hublot watch cost?

Prices for Hublot watches start at approximately 1,000 USD. You'll find classic models with quartz calibers from the 1980s and 90s at this end of the spectrum.

If you want a watch from the current collection, expect to shell out a bit more. Plan to spend about 3,200 USD for a three-hand model from the Classic Fusion line with a quartz movement and stainless steel case. The same watch in titanium with an automatic movement will set you back about 6,500 USD, while a titanium chronograph with an automatic caliber will cost you upwards of 9,000 USD.

Prices for unworn watches from the Big Bang collection start at around 9,500 USD on average, with special models such as the Big Bang Chrono Tourbillon Ferrari going for over 100,000 USD. You'll have to dig even deeper for rarities like the Big Bang Integrated Full Sapphire, which changes hands for roughly 360,000 USD.

Square-shaped Square Bang models range in price from around 19,800 to 46,000 USD, while futuristic watches in the MP series generally cost between 80,000 and 480,000 USD.


Hublot's Flagship Model: The Big Bang

The Big Bang collection is Hublot's flagship line and is made up of several sub-collections. All the watches in the collection share the same stately proportions and the instantly recognizable Hublot bezel with its decorative H-shaped screws.

Big Bang Unico With Modular In-House Movement

The Big Bang Unico line offers an exceptionally large selection of watches with diameters of 42 or 45 mm. The name “Unico” comes from its caliber, which is made up of over 330 individual hand-assembled pieces. The base movement was designed to accommodate a variety of complications. For example, certain Unico models can be fitted with a flyback chronograph, GMT function, or perpetual calendar. This has also allowed the development of special pieces like the Big Bang Unico Golf, which enables golfers to count holes and strokes. Thanks to an intricate skeletonized dial and a sapphire crystal case back, the movement of all the timepieces in the line can be viewed from both the front and the back.

Hublot produces Unico watches in titanium, King Gold, carbon fiber, aluminum, and ceramic. The ceramic pieces come in numerous colors, including red, blue, olive green, beige, and – since 2024 – orange. A version with a case made entirely of pink sapphire crystal was also released in 2024 and offers a particularly deep view of the Unico movement. Variants of the Big Bang Unico with diamonds on the bezel and bracelet are also available.

Reserved Design: The Big Bang Original and Integrated Time Only

If the Big Bang Unico seems too large or bold for you, you may prefer a watch from the Big Bang Original line. These timepieces measure 38, 41, or 44 mm in diameter and look significantly more reserved than their Unico counterparts due to their more traditional dials and lack of skeletonization. You can choose from various three-hand editions as well as chronographs and models with diamonds. Along with timepieces with an automatic movement, the 38-mm editions also come with precise quartz calibers.

Like the other Big Bang models, Hublot crafts these watches out of a wide variety of materials: from stainless steel and ceramic to various gold editions.

As the name implies, the Big Bang 3-Hands collection consists exclusively of watches with three hands. Standard models measure 33 or 39 mm in diameter and come in stainless steel, King Gold, or sapphire crystal. The bezel and case usually feature diamonds or other precious gems, and the timepieces themselves are powered by an automatic caliber based on the Zenith Elite 670 or Sellita SW-300-1.

In 2022, the 3-Hands collection grew to include the Big Bang Integrated Time Only. This watch sets itself apart from other models in the collection by boasting a 40-mm case and integrated bracelet. Versions in titanium, ceramic, or rose gold with diameters of 40 and 38 mm are also available, with the latter being introduced at Watches and Wonders 2024.


Big Bang Special Editions

Watches in the Big Bang Sang Bleu and Sang Bleu II collections are distinguished by their futuristic design, the brainchild of Swiss designer and tattoo artist Maxime Büchi, famous for his geometric designs. The time is indicated not by normal watch hands, but by a series of stacked polygonal discs.

The first Sang Bleu edition displays only the time, and is available in sizes of 39 and 45 mm. The smaller models come in stainless steel or gold, while the 45-mm Sang Bleu is available in gold, titanium, or ceramic. Both models also come in special pavé editions with diamond-studded cases.

The Sang Bleu II debuted in 2019 and adheres to the design principles of the original Sang Bleu, but is powered by the Unico caliber 1240 and features a flyback chronograph. The case measures 45 mm in diameter and comes in titanium or King Gold. Hublot expanded the selection two years later by adding variants in blue or green ceramic and Magic Gold.

Hublot introduced tonneau-shaped versions of the Sang Bleu in 2024 with the Sapphire and Spirit of Big Bang Sang Bleu High Jewelry. The latter is available in white gold and King Gold and is liberally studded with diamonds. The Sang Bleu Sapphire – as the name implies – has a sapphire crystal case. The watches measure 42 mm in diameter and are powered by the skeletonized HUB4700 chronograph caliber.

MECA-10 and MP-11: The Manual Big Bang

Unlike other lines within the Big Bang collection, watches in the Big Bang MECA-10 series are fitted with manual calibers. The Meca caliber HUB1201 has a 10-day power reserve and a power reserve indicator at 6 o'clock that lets you know when the watch needs to be wound. The Big Bang MECA-10 is available in ceramic, titanium, King Gold, and Magic Gold versions.

Another particularly interesting Big Bang model is the MP-11. Hublot equips this watch with the in-house manual caliber HUB9011, which boasts an extraordinary 14-day power reserve thanks to its seven series-coupled barrels. The choice of materials includes King Gold, ceramic, carbon fiber, and sapphire crystal. Since 2024, Hublot has also offered the latter in a light blue color called Water Blue.

The Big Bang With a Tourbillon and Other Complications

In 2021, Hublot introduced the Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic, the successor model to the Big Bang Tourbillon Power Reserve 5 Days. The most significant difference between these watches is the movement: The earlier model was powered by the hand-wound caliber HUB6016, and the new variant is equipped with the automatic caliber HUB6035. The movement has a tourbillion at 6 o'clock and a micro-rotor at 12 that provides the watch with its power. The sapphire crystal bridges on this movement provide a clear view of the mechanism inside.

In the spring of 2022, Hublot put their watchmaking skills to the test. Thanks to the manual caliber HUB801, the Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Cathedral Minute Repeater boasts both a tourbillon and a minute repeater, as its name implies. The movement is housed in a ceramic case – a world first for a repeater caliber. Up until now, the material's considerable acoustic properties had precluded it from being used in this way, but Hublot found a means of making the sound ring clearly. The edition is extremely limited to only 18 white and 18 black pieces.


LaFerrari: The MP Collection and Its Massive Power Reserve

If you think the Big Bang's design is unique, the MP collection is next-level eccentric. The MP-05 watch looks like something straight out of a top-secret laboratory. Known as "LaFerrari," its case is pear-shaped and strongly resembles a race car's engine block. The watch measures 46 mm in diameter and is available in either titanium or sapphire crystal. Instead of hands, the MP-05 utilizes multiple rotating cylinders with numbers on them for its various displays. A power reserve indicator is located on the right, while the hours and minutes are on the left. The seconds display is located below them, and the manual caliber with its vertical tourbillon can be seen in the middle.

The eleven barrels arranged in a row are a particular eye-catcher; normal watches only have one or two barrels. Since the number of barrels determines the duration of the power reserve, the MP-05 only stops after 50 days – a sensational achievement for a wristwatch.

MP-09 and Techframe

The MP-09 is in no way inferior to the other MP models, neither technically nor visually. The bi-axial tourbillon, which breaks through the bezel at 6 o'clock and rotates simultaneously around the vertical and horizontal axes, attracts ample attention. The watch comes in titanium or carbon fiber, and is available in gem-set versions as well.

The Techframe is also a part of the MP collection and was designed by Ferrari's Chief Designer, Flavio Manzoni. This one-pusher chronograph with a tourbillon not only has a skeletonized dial, but also a skeletonized case. Along with titanium and carbon fiber, this timepiece also comes in white gold or shimmering King Gold.

MP-10 With Innovative Winding System

Launched in 2024, the MP-10 Tourbillon Weight Energy System features an innovative winding mechanism. Instead of a conventional rotor, Hublot has equipped the in-house HUB9013 caliber with two weights that move back and forth in a straight line inside the watch. The movement also features a tourbillon with an inclination of 35° and a 48-hour power reserve. The 41.5-mm rectangular case with rounded edges is made of titanium and sapphire crystal. The company has limited this model to just 50 pieces.


The Sleek Classic Fusion

The Classic Fusion collection offers more conventional designs than the MP or Big Bang series. Three-hand models with a date display and central second hand come in four sizes: 29, 33, 38, 42, and 45 mm. By Hublot standards, these variants of the Classic Fusion are downright simplistic. Each watch has a distinctive bezel held in place by six decorative screws. Other versions feature a chronograph caliber, moon phase display, or power reserve indicator. The "Ultra-Thin" models use a remarkably flat version of the Classic Fusion case.

The Classic Fusion with a minute repeater and tourbillon likewise features elaborate technology. What's more, this collection offers an assortment of interesting materials. For example, the Italian Independent models have straps and dials made of textiles used in suits, while the Classic Fusion Berluti features leather straps and dials. To celebrate the Classic Fusion's 40th anniversary in 2020, Hublot introduced three especially sleek editions. The most remarkable feature of these 45-mm watches, which come in titanium, yellow gold, or black ceramic, is their dial: Like the 1980 Classic Original, the dial is black and features the brand's logo at 12 o'clock and a date display at 3.

AeroFusion and Orlinski

Two interesting alternatives to the conventional Classic Fusion are the AeroFusion and the Classic Fusion Orlinski. The former is a variant of the Classic Fusion Chronograph with a skeletonized movement and 45-mm case. The AeroFusion comes in King Gold, titanium, or black ceramic, and pavé models with diamond-set cases are also available.

The Classic Fusion Orlinski was designed by French neo-pop artist Richard Orlinski, famous for his multifaceted sculptures. His trademark style is reflected in the dial, case, and band of the Classic Fusion Orlinski. The three-hand edition measures 40 mm in diameter and comes in titanium, King Gold, and various ceramic variants. The latter are available in black, red, and (since 2021) radiant blue. Chronograph models with a 45-mm case are available in red or light blue ceramic.


The Alternatives: King Power and Spirit of Big Bang

The Spirit of Big Bang can be considered a tonneau-shaped offshoot of the Big Bang series. The 45 and 42-mm chronograph versions are powered by the caliber HUB4700, a modified Zenith El Primero.

Other interesting Spirit of Big Bang models include the Spirit Tourbillon and the Spirit Meca-10. The former uses the skeletonized in-house caliber HUB6020 with a tourbillon and a 115-hour power reserve. Hublot equips the Meca-10 with the manual caliber HUB1233. This movement is also skeletonized and manufactured in-house.

Hublot also produces a ladies' version of Spirit of Big Bang. This timepiece measures a more moderate 39 mm in diameter and comes in gold, titanium, or ceramic. Furthermore, each piece features a diamond-studded bezel. The Zenith Elite 670 powers these watches and provides a date display and 50-hour power reserve.

King Power

The King Power collection shares many design elements with the Big Bang. It is slightly more angular than the Big Bang and is also available in ceramic, King Gold, or titanium. However, you won't find this model in the current catalog, as Hublot discontinued it years ago.

Square Bang: The Square Big Bang

In spring 2022, Hublot added a new variant to the Big Bang collection, the Square Bang. This watch has a square case and is powered by the Unico chronograph caliber 1280 with a flyback function, date display, and 72-hour power reserve.

The case measures 42 mm across and is available in titanium, black ceramic, or King Gold. Since spring 2024, the Square Bang has also been available in scratch-resistant Magic Gold and in various combinations of gold, ceramic, and titanium. The collection now also includes a Rainbow model with a case decorated with sapphire crystals in the colors of the rainbow.


Special Editions for Athletes and Artists

Limited editions created by Hublot in collaboration with big names from the world of sports and entertainment are real collector's items. Hublot's list of brand ambassadors includes many household names, like Usain Bolt, Novak Djokovic, Kylian Mbappé, Floyd Mayweather, Bar Refaeli, Lang Lang, and Depeche Mode. Each special edition timepiece is a result of close cooperation with the respective celebrity, and some are produced in extremely limited numbers. In the case of the Depeche Mode special edition, you can even support a good cause with your purchase: proceeds go to the "charity: water" project, which, thanks to this collaboration with Hublot, has provided over 30,000 people in Nepal and Ethiopia with clean drinking water. If you'd like to own one of these unique limited-edition watches, you'll need to be prepared to spend between 16,000 and 19,500 USD.


Hublot and Soccer

Along with Formula 1 racing, Hublot has a strong foothold in the world of soccer. As a sponsor and Official Timekeeper of the UEFA Champions League, Europa League, European Championship, and FIFA World Cup for many years, Hublot has repeatedly launched models to celebrate special soccer-related events. Recent examples include the Big Bang e FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 smartwatch and the Big Bang E Gen 3 UEFA Euro 2024.

But Hublot doesn't limit itself to major tournaments: The watchmaker has also partnered with top teams such as Juventus FC, FC Bayern Munich, Chelsea FC, and SL Benfica, and has honored these collaborations with special editions of its watches.


The History of Hublot

Italian-born Carlo Crocco founded the company, MDM Genève, in 1980. That same year, he introduced the first-ever wristwatch with a natural rubber strap at Baselworld. At the time, "Hublot" was simply the name of one of his MDM models. Crocco had already been developing watches for some time, designing his first timepiece in 1967. In 2004, Jean-Claude Biver, who had previously brought both Blancpain and Omega back from the brink of bankruptcy, became CEO of Hublot, and a year later, Hublot became the recipient a number of awards from the watchmaking industry for their then-new series, the Big Bang. In 2008, Hublot joined the ranks of TAG Heuer, Zenith, and Bulgari when Carlo Crocco sold the company to luxury goods group LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton S.A.

Ricardo Guadalupe has been at the helm of Hublot since 2012, while Biver continues to serve as chairman of the board. The two had previously worked together at Blancpain.