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The Colorful Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Moonphase Watches

By Victor Baker


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Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Moonphase

Unveiled just a few days ago, the new Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Moonphase watches show off the Swiss brand’s love of color in the best way possible. There are four fresh designs ready to be admired, finished in blue, purple, pink and orange, and featuring matching straps, with a lovely quartz dial, sand-blasted moon phase disc, hands and  indices and a dazzling stone-set bezel.

After you decide which color you like the most, you should know that these precious watches have been built around a 42 mm tonneau case, housing the architecture of the HUB1770 hand-wound skeleton movement which hides underneath the sapphire crystal. The quartz dial, made from silicon dioxide and aluminum oxide, required specific cutting technology and expert mastery to look so beautiful.

Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Moonphase

Vivid monochrome theme aside, the Spirit of Big Bang Moonphase alternates polished, satin-finished titanium or King Gold with colored flat surfaces, while the strap is equally appealing, finished off in alligator and stitched onto natural black rubber, and perfectly matching the four colors of this watch.

Hublot also states that these beautiful timepieces will be able to handle 100-meter deep waters, while benefiting from 50 hours of power reserve. There’s no word on pricing info yet, but if your credit card is full, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t treat yourself with one of these colorful beauties.

Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Moonphase

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About Victor Baker

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