Hublot Launches Big Bang Ferrari Ceramic Watch
Big Bang Ferrari Ceramic watch is another amazing piece from Swiss luxury watchmakers Hublot.
Hublot celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Big Bang and three years of collaboration with Ferrari, and for that occasion, they introduced two new models of the Hublot the Big Bang Ferrari Black Ceramic, and Big Bang Ferrari Grey Ceramic.
Both watches were inspired by the traditional racing colors and the NART racing team from US and were developed with the help of Ferrari.
Sporty details are also present and combined with a Ferrari logo and the titanium/rubber buttons reminds us about the pedals in a Ferrari.
With a 72-hour power reserve, both models are limited to 250 pieces each, with pricing to be known next month at Basel.
Ferrari and Hublot have collaborated back in 2012 and from that collab the Big Bang Ferrari Titanium and the Big Bang Magic Gold resulted. Then again with three Big Bang models in both 2013 and 2014.
This year they celebrate their anniversary with two awesome timepieces.
The Big Bang Ferrari Black Ceramic sports vibrant red details, reminiscent of Ferrari’s classic racing red, while the Big Bang Ferrari Grey Ceramic takes its design cues from the historic North America Racing Team.
Both timepieces measure 45mm in diameter, and they are fitted with an open worked dial through which the movement can be admired. The date can be found in a Giallo colored section on the watch.
The ceramic case accommodates Hublot’s in-house UNICO movement, which is topped by a so-called Ferrari grille – a black crisscross mesh that exposes its main plates and bridges.
The case-back is also fitted with a see-through sapphire, to reveal the exclusively designed oscillating weight in the shape of a Ferrari wheel rim.
On the face of the watch, at 9 o’clock you can spot the Ferrari famous insignia; the date appears on the minute-counter at 3 o’clock.
The predominant color of the strap also mirrors the aesthetic of the dial – it is either red or gray, with black or blue, and white stripes, reminiscent of racing car graphics. At the middle of the case there is another nod to Ferrari – the elongated push-buttons fixed to a rotating staff like the pedals of a car.
Schedoni leather-covered rubber straps – the Italian firm is the maker of Ferrari leather goods – are standard, and are easily interchangeable by pressing the button on the lug. To complete the automotive aesthetic, the straps are painted with a racing stripe.
Also, the straps are equipped with the “one click” attachment system, inspired by car seat belts, which makes them easily interchangeable.
With such a great design when it comes the next month, the timepieces will sure be sold out as soon as they are launched.
Would you buy it?