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Hublot launches a new timepiece with endless possibilities

Introducing Big Bang One Click 33mm
Better days are ahead, courtesy of a colourful new collection from Hublot...

There’s no better time than now to include more colour in your life to brighten up your days and Hublot too, is looking at those sunny days ahead. Launching the Big Bang One Click 33mm in stainless steel or King Gold with seven interchangeable straps, it allows the watch to take on an alternative appearance to suit your mood in just a click.

“For 40 years, the brand has been one of the only ones to use natural rubber to make watch straps that are recognised by enthusiasts as the Hublot signature style,” explains Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO of Hublot. “The soft and supple touch of this unexpected material in Haute Horlogerie is an asset in addition to the range of colours that appeals to fans of precision and elegance.”

The Big Bang One Click 33mm is available in several pop versions including electric blue, raspberry pink or terracotta orange, and neutral tones such as immaculate white, red, royal blue and green. With endless possibilities to match your mood due to the patented “One Click” fastening system, the versatile piece is a way of wearing Haute Joaillerie nonchalantly, like another accessory, courtesy of the diamonds around the bezel. 

Emblematic of a mechanical gem with a certain character, the ultra-feminine Big Bang One Click 33mm adopts the codes of its alter ego, the emblematic Big Bang Unico. Combining screws, a crown, indices, stylised numerals and a bezel set with 36 diamonds, it’s a masculine-feminine model of Haute Horlogerie.

The dial can come available in black or white depending on the material of the case, stainless steel or King Gold, and houses the HUB1120 self-winding movement with the date at 3 o’clock, and 28,800 vibrations per hour beat in its heart over 40 consecutive hours. 

Also, discover Hublot’s take on the rainbow.