In its usual style, Hublot once again presented many novelties embracing its traditional contemporary style, in different materials and complex mechanisms, among the novelties we have to highlight.
Classic Fusion Chronograph Olinsky
It is perhaps the most versatile timepiece resulting from the brand’s collaboration with French modern art artist Richard Olinsky since 2017.
With a very interesting angular design, the new chronograph comes with a titanium case measuring 41mm in diameter and 12mm thick with a brushed finish.
The black glossy dial features two counters at 3-9 o’clock, a date window at 6 o’clock and applied faceted hour markers and sword hands.
Inside it comes equipped with the HUB1153 automatic movement based on the ETA that operates at a frequency of 4 Hz and offers up to 42 hours of power reserve.
There are two limited editions, one of 500 pieces that comes with a rubber strap and the other of 250 pieces that comes with a titanium bracelet with the same angular design as the case.
The price is € 15,300 for the strap option and € 19,000 for the bracelet option.
MP-13 Toubillon BI-Axis Retrograde
It is perhaps among the novelties the most complex timepiece presented by Hublot.
The new MP-13 features a case downsize from the previous 49mm to now 44mm, which is a very interesting novelty, which, combined with the short lug-to-lug distance, makes the watch fit even on the smallest wrists.
It is, as already mentioned, a very complex piece in titanium, which features a retrograde hours and minutes display and a BI-Axis tourbillon at 6 o’clock.
At its heart beats the HUB6200 manual movement that offers up to 4 days (96 hours) of power reserve.
The watch is offered with a black rubber strap and is priced at €165,000.
Big Bang Integrated Tourbillon Full Carbon
It is a very special piece made of full Texalium Carbon, a material increasingly used in competition cars and in aeronautics due to its characteristics such as lightness and high resistance to scratches and shocks.
On the outside, the watch measures 43mm in diameter, is 14.15mm thick and weighs only 68 grams and features a beautiful silvery weave that extends across the entire surface of the case and bracelet.
The skeletonized dial in grey tones features a semi-rotor carved with the brand’s name and a tourbillon at 12-6 o’clock respectively and two central pencil hands filled with luminescent material.
Inside, the HUB6035 automatic movement operates at a frequency of 3 Hz, offering up to 72 hours of power reserve.
The watch can be had for a price of €132,000.
Square Bang UNICO
Introduced for the first time last year, the brand presents this year three new references of its square model.
The collection now includes the new Black Magic Ceramic, White Ceramic and Clear Sapphire (for the first time used in the square case).
All references come with the manufactured flyback chronograph movement HUB1280 UNICO with 72 hours of power reserve and are extremely light and resistant to scratches and shocks, and come with a rubber strap.
Prices range from €27,400 for the two ceramic versions to €99,000 for the sapphire version.