Hublot

Hublot is a leading watch brand from Switzerland, founded in 1980. Hublot s a part of the luxury group LVMH (TAG Heuer, Bulgari, Zenith, Louis Vuitton). Since Jean-Claude Biver became CEO in 2004 Hublot's success grew rapidly. Hublot has sponsored a number of large sport and celebrity events, has created watch collections in collaborations with VIPs and employed intense marketing to communicate its brand and models. Notable Hublot watches are the Hublot Big Bang Unico, Hublot Big Bang, Hublot Spirit of Big Bang, Hublot King Power, Hublot King Gold, Hublot Classic Fusion, Hublot MP, Hublot Titanium Ceramic, Hublot Titanium, Hublot Replica, Hublot Classic, Hublot 5 Million, Hublot Jay Z models, Hublot White Hot Watch. WatchTime covers a wide array of Hublot watches and Hublot watch infos, including a Hublot pronunciation guide, Hublot price list infos on our Hublot section of our watch database (with all current Hublot prices). WatchTime is the Hublot watch authority. We cover the latest Hublot watch reviews and tests of Hublot watches, Hublot watches price information and more Hublot watch updates. Includes additional models such as the Hublot King, Hublot Black Magic, Hublot Chronograph, Hublot Classic, Hublot F1, Hublot Elegant, Hublot Ferrari, Hublot Replica. Get the latest Hublot watch updates including Hublot watch prices and other Hublot watches for men as well as Hublot ladies watches.

The World’s Most Expensive Watches: 8 Timepieces Over $1 Million

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We've all experienced sticker shock while perusing the world's most expensive watches. There are even a few brands for which six-figure price tags are the norm — "expensive watches" by almost anyone's definition. But a handful of luxury watches go well beyond "pricey" and into the rarefied "million dollar watch" category, i.e., costing more than $1 million. We've compiled eight of the world's most expensive watches, all breaking the $1 million ceiling, in which the only things grander than the … [Read more...]


Baselworld 2015: Hublot’s New Big Bang Ferrari Models (Updated with Live Photos and Prices)

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Hublot's new Big Bang Ferrari, which premiere this week at Baselworld 2015, comes in two different color combinations. Both versions have Ferrari characteristics that Hublot had not previously used, but are still distinctly Hublot in design. These new Big Bang Ferrari models join the growing family of watches made in the three-year-old partnership between Hublot and Ferrari. That partnership had its highlight so far in 2013, when Hublot introduced the MP-05 LaFerrari, a mechanical watch with … [Read more...]


Baselworld 2015: The Hublot Big Bang Alarm Repeater

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For the 10th anniversary of the Big Bang, Hublot has created a new alarm watch with a dial arrangement that stands out from most of the brand's designs. Among the Nyon-based company's Baselworld headliners this year is the Big Bang Alarm Repeater. It has more than a couple features that will make you sit up and pay attention, whether that alarm is ringing or not. … [Read more...]


Baselworld 2015: Hublot Big Bang Unico “Full Magic Gold” Marks 10 Years of Big Bang

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Hublot celebrates the 10th anniversary of its now-iconic Big Bang collection in 2015. At Baselworld, the Swiss brand renowned for its "fusion" concept of mixing materials introduces the new Hublot Big Bang Unico Full Magic Gold, which it calls "the most scratch-resistant gold watch ever created." Scroll down for more info. … [Read more...]


Hublot Big Bang Unico

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Since its debut in 2009, Hublot's in-house Unico caliber, a column-wheel flyback chronograph movement, has been used in various models in the brand's King Power collection. At Baselworld 2013, Hublot introduced the first Big Bang watch equipped with the Unico. … [Read more...]


Blackout: 17 Black-on-Black Watches

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Blue-on-blue isn't the only popular watch-color trend of recent years. "All-black" watches, with ebony-colored cases, dials, and straps, have also remained popular. Nearly every watch brand, from mass-market and inexpensive to pricey and high-end, now makes at least one black-on-black model. Here are 17 watches that are clad in black from head to toe. … [Read more...]


Let’s Kick It: 6 Watches That Celebrate Soccer

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The so-called "beautiful game" is what we Americans call soccer and what nearly everyone else calls football. Some of the world's luxury watch and sports watch makers have gotten in on the excitement, with special-edition watches specially devoted to the sport and its players. … [Read more...]


The Story of the Hublot Ferrari Watch and a Profile of Jean-Claude Biver

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With the two exclusive feature stories in this compilation, WatchTime shines its Spotlight on the world of Hublot watches. The first story, by watch historian Gisbert L. Brunner, explores the special partnership between two luxury power brands: Ferrari automobiles and Hublot timepieces. The story traces the relationship from Hublot’s first attempt to forge a collaborative effort with the Italian sports car icon in in 2004 all the way up to its fruition, and the launch of the modern Hublot … [Read more...]


Watch Insider’s Top 10 Men’s Dress Watches

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As the watch world prepares for new releases at Baselworld 2015, we revisit my year-end "Top 10" lists for 2014, all originally posted on my blog, Watch-Insider.com. We have already looked at my favorite new chronograph watches. This time, the focus is on last year's top dress watches for men. … [Read more...]


Power Play: Reviewing the Hublot King Power Unico All Black

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With the launch of its Unico movement, Hublot became a manufacture. In this in-depth review from WatchTime's March-April 2012 issue, we find out how the Unico performs inside the brand's King Power Unico All Black. Scroll down to read the full article, with stunning visuals by Zuckerfabrik Fotodesign. Click on the pictures for larger images. … [Read more...]


Bare Bones: 10 Interesting Skeleton Watches

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In skeleton watches, the watchmaker strips the watch's dial and/or movement to their bare essentials, revealing as much of the watch's interior as possible. For skeleton watch fans who love the technical "openwork" artistry that goes into skeleton watchmaking, these timepieces give them a detailed look at a watch's inner workings. Below we take a look at 10 skeleton watches introduced in recent years. … [Read more...]


Fratello Classics: 8 Watches for Friday the 13th

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As we all try to survive another Friday the 13th, I thought it would be fun to re-post this "Fratello Friday" article highlighting eight watches that have the number ‘13’ in their reference number. It is, admittedly, an unusual method for generating a list of watches, and the results were somewhat surprising; before I started searching for "13" in the strings of characters that make up watch reference numbers, I didn't know what would pop up. … [Read more...]


Buyer Beware: The Rise of Counterfeit Luxury Watches on the Internet

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Looking for cheap watches or discount watches on the internet? Better think twice before making that purchase. In this article from WatchTime's February 2013 issue, we explore how sales of these counterfeit watches are hurting both collectors and the watch industry. … [Read more...]


5 Skull Watches We Can’t Get Out of Our Heads

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Many watch brands have at least one skeleton watch in their collection, but only a few have actually introduced skull watches — timepieces with skulls on their dials, some with a horological headbone actually incorporated into the movement itself. Here are five recent examples of skull watches that may entice more than scare you. … [Read more...]


Star Time: 13 Celebrity-Branded Sports Watches

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There is no shortage of celebrities, many of them celebrity athletes, who serve as "brand ambassadors" for watch brands, appearing in ads and attending events wearing their watches. However, a few of these stars go the extra mile, giving input and often even becoming involved in the design process, for special celebrity watches to which they lend their names. Below is a list of 13 celebrity watches developed in honor of, and named for, their famous representatives. … [Read more...]


Dive Watches 101: The Basics of the Rotating Divers’ Watch Bezel

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In the third part of this series on the basics of divers' watches, DiveintoWatches.com takes on what is probably most distinctive element of a dive watch: the rotating bezel. … [Read more...]


Feeling Blue: 21 Watches With Blue Dials and Blue Straps

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Blue watches are one of the growing style trends seen in the watch world in the past few years — and on display at the watch shows in Switzerland and in the U.S.A. —, with blue-on-blue dial-strap combinations. We took a look at such blue watches with blue dials and blue straps released within the past few years, and compiled a list of 20 timepieces from brands on the blue-dial bandwagon. … [Read more...]


9 Watch Brands That Make Their Own Metals

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We're all familiar with the most popular materials for watch cases — steel, rose gold, titanium, et cetera. But what about Rolesium, Ceragold, and Zenithium? While many watch brand take great pride in making their own cases, movements and dials, only a handful have gone the extra mile and actually invented their own materials, mostly for use in cases, but sometimes even for parts inside the watch. Many of these have come about as watch brands invested in developing new alloys in an effort to … [Read more...]


The New Rolex Deepsea and 6 Other Extreme Dive Watches

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All divers' watches share certain characteristics that make them divers' watches: unidirectional rotating bezels, secure screw-down crowns, higher-than-typical water resistance. Some of these divers' watches, however, go the extra mile (or fathom), with cases that can descend to 3,000 or even 4,000 meters, chronographs operable at incredible depths, or high-tech depth gauge devices built into their mechanical movements. Below, we take a look at seven of these "extreme" dive watches and what sets … [Read more...]


Not Just a Phase: The Hublot Classic Fusion Aeromoon

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Hublot introduced a new landmark for the brand this January: its first moon-phase watch. The Hublot Classic Fusion Aeromoon prominently displays the phases of the moon on its skeletonized dial. … [Read more...]