Hublot Brings Million Dollar Bang And Others To Baselworld
It was inevitable, after all, Hublot has been steadily adding diamonds and gemstones to their Big Bang models for a while now. But the Million Dollar Bang outpaces them all. The watch includes a tourbillon and uses a "mystery" setting so that you don't see the settings, only the stones (493 of them to be precise). A traditional setting is used around the flying tourbillon. The Bunter SA workshop partnered with Hublot on the one-of-a-kind watch which took 2,000 hours to create. The case is 18K white gold and the watch uses a mechanical workshop-crafted movement. Don't get out your wallet for this piece it has already been sold. If you've got a Hublot craving they are introducing a few other new watches, the other are after the jump.
[via Luxury Launches and Time Zone]
Hublot is showing off other watches at Baselworld including the Mat series, 44.5mm watches that use the Hublot HUB44 caliber movement and have cases of tantalum, platinum or gold.
The Big Bang Yacht Club Monaco is 44.5mm and has a tantalum case with a black dial, black bezel and six titanium H-shaped screws. The dial features the YCM logo in the 9 o'clock position.
The 48mm Big Bang King has a screw down crown, rotatable bezel and comes in red gold or palladium.