Hublot Has A Very Distinct Look

A luxury Swiss watch company founded in 1980 by Italian Carlo Crocco, Hublot has mastered the fine art of being on the cutting edge of horology. “The Art of Fusion” philosophy championed by Hublot is extruded through striking design and unmatched precision. Hublot may be significantly younger than a lot of other luxury watch labels, but the brand is by no means less impressive.

The first Hublot watch–its rubber strap and unique porthole-shaped case giving it a distinctive nautical appearance–was an instant success at Baselworld. And it had cross-cultural appeal, becoming popular not just with the boating world but also an international jet set crowd including European royalty. Today, Hublot watches can be found on the wrists of legendary sports stars such as Diego Maradona, Usain Bolt, and Alex Rodriguez, as well as entertainment figures including David Guetta and 50 Cent.

After their groundbreaking release of the Big Bang Red Gold, Hublot has relentlessly made their way to the top. Along the way, they’ve amassed accolades such as, “Best Oversized Watch”, “Sports Watch Prize” and “2005 Design Prize”. A fusion of classical horology and contemporary masculinity, Hublot holds true value among their luxury watches for men.

Hublot’s more luxurious, best-selling Big Bang collection boasts gold encasement, sapphire crystal glass and automatic movements. Big Bang is masculine, sporty, and dynamic. A core value of the watch is “fusion.” As Biver puts it, fusion is about the intersection between different materials. The Big Bang has always been about combining unlikely materials together in each watch. As such, Big Bang time pieces aren’t defined as being just steel, gold, or otherwise, but rather as a combination of materials such as titanium, ceramic, and rubber mixed together. The brand’s design is distinct – it appeals to people who explicitly want a radically modern look.

Replica Hublot watches have become global timekeepers for NBA teams, ski championships and FIFA World Cups. Wearing a Hublot timepiece showcases opulence, innovation and appreciation for the workings of modern horology. If you’re looking for something which is aesthetically speaking, radically different from most Swiss luxury watch brands and manufacturers out there, Hublot is absolutely and without a question the right choice for you!

Baselworld & SIHH 2017: Our Favorite Watches So Far

Every year, two big watch fairs – or exhibitions – are held in Switzerland. One fair is Baselworld( in Basel ), the other important watch fair is the SIHH (in Geneva). All novelties and product launches will be displayed at these fairs, it is a fantastic experience to be there and experience the dynamics of the world of watches. With SIHH and Baselworld done, it’s safe to say that watch brands have released most—if not all—of their new models for the year. So with that said, it is a good time to pick our favorite 2017 watches.

1. Hublot Big Bang Moonphase

Replica Hublot watches   celebrate its love for colour with the indigo blue Big Bang Moonphase. The iconic 42 mm tonneau case underlines the beauty of this monochrome complication. Six o’clock draws the eye to the moon phase presented in a round window, the skeletised hands let the intriguing dial take centre stage. A blue alligator and black rubber strap adds the finishing touch. Powered by the HUB1770 skeleton movement, the watch has a power reserve of 50 hours. With this timepiece Hublot presents a truly indulgent complication.

2. The Rolex Cellini Moonphase

You had the Rolex Cellini Moonphase (hands-on here). As far as I know, this was Rolex being more playful and “expressing themselves” versus producing something totally practical. We finally see a moonphase complication come back at Rolex in 2017, which fans have been waiting for since the 1950s. It can be safe to say that the Rolex Cellini Moonphase is the first moonphase from the crown in over half a century. What’s more, as you’d expect from Rolex, this modern take is not “just” a moonphase complication, it’s astronomically accurate for 122 years.

3. Panerai Luminor Submersible 1950 42mm

Typically 44mm in diameter, for 2017 Panerai has created a slightly smaller, 42mm version of its popular dive watch known as the Luminor Submersible. It demonstrates a trend by Panerai to maintain its historic DNA, but to also improve and refine its product line while appealing to more people. The good looks and durable design of the Submersible endure and will be more wearable for more people. And it’s also among the more affordable, relatively speaking, of the new sport watches at SIHH 2017.