Hublot watch made entirely from ceramics

First published: 24-02-2011

Hublot has revealed a new timepiece from its Big Bang collection, which has plenty of features to catch the eye of a watch fan.

Entitled the Hublot Big Bang Black Caviar, one of the highlighting elements of the device is that it is made entirely from a ceramic material said to be 100 per cent scratchproof, 100 per cent anti-allergenic and 30 per cent lighter than steel.

Watch Luxus reported that this timepiece also "sports a unique design directly inspired by the famous One Million $ Black Caviar".

Coming in uniform shades of black, this Hublot watch will be easy to view thanks to its 41mm diameter case, which contains a dial with the time and date displayed.

Finishing off the Black Caviar is a black alligator strap, which is stitched onto black rubber and offers "comfort, flexibility and robustness", according to the news source.

Recently, Hublot revealed the Big Bang 38mm Automatic, a timepiece aimed at the female accessory market, though going for a mechanical design over a stylish one, Watch Luxus reported.


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