Hublot: a real Big Bang the Chrono Perpetual Calendar

Hublot’s star at Baselworld 2015 is the Big Bang Chrono Perpetual Calendar, the quintessence of the watchmaker’s art. The Genève brand presents its Grande Complication at the world’s most important show dedicated to watches. This is the first perpetual calendar by Hublot, a fusion of three major complications: the chronograph, the perpetual calendar and the moon phase.

The chronograph and calendar module has been completely redesigned and bears Hublot‘s hallmarks and finishes. Its skeleton movement is styled with the same look as the Aero, with an anthracite ruthenium coating, satin-finished steel elements and micro-blasted main plates and bridges. The mechanism is visible beneath its sapphire dial. The Big Bang Chrono Perpetual Calendar has two different types of hand: a white hand for the perpetual calendar and a red arrow-shaped hand for the chronograph. The days are positioned at 6 o’clock, the months and leap years at 9 o’clock and the date at 12 o’clock. The moon cycle is reproduced on a round window, so that two moons appear to alternate beneath the sapphire.

The Big Bang Chrono Perpetual Calendar is available in a King Gold version (an alloy of red gold and platinum exclusive to Hublot) or in a titanium version. The piece is paired with a ribbed black rubber strap fitted with an ingenious “One click” attachment system.


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