Two limited carbon versions in black and blue bring some additional chic to the already cool contemporary watch.
While a funky and playful exterior is not such a rare thing for Hublot limited editions, some pieces do come with an extra wow-factor. And the Spirit of Big Bang Tourbillon indeed falls into this category. With the off-centered hours and minutes as well as the power reserve indication, an open-worked dial, and a one-minute tourbillon at 6, there’s plenty to look at. Now add the complex texture of a 42-mm tonneau carbon fiber case and a matching rubber strap with a vertical pattern, and you’ve got some real eye candy available in blue and black.
The skeletonized HUB6020 manually wound movement literary radiates a futuristic hi-tech feel and is perfectly visible from the both sides. Beating at 3Hz frequency it offers a whooping 5 days of power reserve. The Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Tourbillon is complemented by the trademark One-Click fastening system, allowing quick and easy strap changing. The production of both version are limited to 100 pieces each, and the retail price is CHF 90’000.