The Hublot Big Bang Chrono Perpetual Calendar Reviews
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Hublot grabs attention at every Baselworld and Baselworld 2015 is no exception. To celebrate the tenth anniversary of its Big Bang â€“ the loudest and most recognizable model in its lineup â€“ Hublot combined complications to create a grande complication of sorts. Designed and decorated in the standard Hublot flair that we’re used to seeing, the Hublot Big Bang Chrono Perpetual Calendar is sure to reverberate loudly with fans.
Like its predecessors and, actually, every other member of its family, the Big Bang sports the brandâ€™s version of the porthole design (a round bezel with handlebar sides and six hexagonally-positioned screws.) The entire piece is satin-finished in a vertical orientation. This uniform texture is something weâ€™ve seen in recent complicated releases from Hublot, such as its first moophase, released last month. Uniformity in finish adds visual continuity to a piece, and the satin finish here runs from the metal case and lugs through to the ceramic bezel.
The Hublot Big Bang Chrono Perpetual Calendar is light, given its use of titanium for the case (the model is also avaialble in King Gold, Hublotâ€™s proprietary red gold with 5% platinum content). The case is large like that of all Big Bangs, and measures in at 45 mm across.
The sapphire-crystal dial gives a view of the open-worked movement inside. Baton-shaped hands and hour markers are coated in Super-LumiNova and a red second hand corresponds to red minute markers around the dialâ€™s circumference. Four sub dials mark the date/leap year at noon. The month and 30-minute chronograph counter are situated at 9 oâ€™clock, while the day and 12-hour chronograph counter is at 6 oâ€™clock. The moonphase, which is accented with a fumed crystal of its own for an opaque look, is at 3.
The complications you see beneath the dial are that of the HUB 1270 UNICO, a Hublot-manufactured movement with a black self-winding rotor made of tungsten. You may remember the UNICO movement from last yearâ€™s Baselworld when it served as the base for Hublotâ€™s official World Cup timer. It has a power reserve of 72 hours.
The Hublot Big Bang Perpetual Calendar Chrono is a release that weâ€™re not surprised to see from a player like Hublot. It is loud and complex, with finish and style that weâ€™ve come to expect from the manufacture. It is bound to be a popular piece among moneyed aficionados of the H-shaped screws out there. Pricing has yet to be released.
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