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In 1976 Carlo Crocco moved to Switzerland and created the first Hublot wristwatch which is the French word for “porthole”. It took him three years to research and manufacture the first Hublot timepiece which featured a natural rubber strap and a porthole style case. Hublot watches quickly became a popular choice among celebrities and royalty due to its innovative design and workmanship. The unique combination of rubber and precious metal became the trademark design of the Hublot brand. In 2005 the Hublot Big Bang chronograph watch was introduced and became an instant best seller and winning quite a few awards. They then created a Ladies Big Bang in different metals and precious stones. Building on the success of the Big Bang watches, Hublot introduced the Bigger Bang watches, King Power, Classic Fusion collections and the Hublot Tutti Frutti.<
In 2008 the luxury group LVMH acquired Hublot and has since expanded the brands factory which designed and created in-house movements such as the Hublot UNICO which is a dial-side column-wheel chronograph movement. Beginning in 2011 they started introducing unique higher-end timepieces starting with the MP-01 featuring a tonneau shaped case with a manual wind mono-pusher chronograph movement and an impressive 10 day power reserve to the MP-02 which has a unique three speed adjustable movement and the MP-06 a completely skeletonized Tourbillon.
Hublot continues to develop and expand its vast collection of watches providing a distinctive line of high quality watches.
With celebrity endorsements from high profile brand ambassadors such as Bar Rafaeli, Lapo Elkann, Pelé and Chinese superstar pianist, Lang Lang, it’s no wonder that Hublot has claimed its place as a major player in the luxury watch market. Their watches come in a plethora of shapes and sizes from 38mm and 38mm on the smaller side and 41mm, 44mm and 45mm on the larger side. The Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph 42mm, Classic Fusion Automatic 42mm and 45mm which can be yours in either Titanium, Black Magic / Ceramic and Gold. and Classic Fusion Quartz are some of the more common and traditional models. With literally dozens of original Hublot watch designs in each series. Some of the more trendy and modern Hublot timepieces are the Big Bang Chronograph 45mm, 44mm and 41mm, Big Bang Quartz 38mm, The Big Bang Aero Bang Chronograph which comes in a variety of colors ranging from Steel, Steel / Ceramic, Gold, Black Magic and the more lightweight Carbon.
After a 4 year investment into developing the new Hublot Unico movement, Hublot’s very own creation. With 330 components, all individually assembled by hand, Hublot has taken luxury watches to the next level in terms of style and sophistication. Hublot watches are home to some of the most innovative movements in watchmaking history; Hublot Unico (caliber HUB1240), Hublot Classico Ultra-Thin Skeleton (caliber HUB1300), The Hublot Skeleton Tourbillon (caliber HUB6010) Skeleton Chronograph Tourbillon (caliber HUB6310), Cathedral Minute Repeater Tourbillon (caliber HUB8001), Aero Moon Phase Movement (caliber HUB1131), Alarm Repeater (Caliber HUB5003), Tourbillon Power Reserve 5 Days (caliber HUB6016) and the unforgettable and imaginatively designed Hublot Ferrari movement (caliber HUB9005) , found in the MP-05 series, the unique power reserve which lasts an unbelievable 50 days, has an unmistakable design featuring 637 components breaking the historical record in Horology.
Hublot is reinventing the way watchmakers approach watchmaking and watch design with their innovative and intricately assembled movements and cutting-edge watch designs such as the Hublot Big Bang Chronograph 45mm, Hublot Big Bang Chronograph 41mm to the Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph 42mm and the extra slick Classic Fusion Classico Ultra Thin Manual Wind watch (ranging from 42mm to 45mm.) Many of which utilize highly innovative and original components and unique watch movement architecture including materials that have never been used in the history of watchmaking.
The metallurgists that are engineering the unique materials used in Hublot wristwatches are pushing the boundaries of metallurgy developing new and innovative alloys such as Magic Gold, the world’s only scratch proof 18 carat gold alloy with nearly double the hardness of most hardened steels. Hublot also employs unorthodox materials such as carbon in their watch designs which are 3 times stronger than aluminum at only half the weight. With the unique qualities found in carbon, Hublot has replaced many of its traditional metal components with this lighter-weight more durable material.
Hublot's watches are the culmination of scientific innovation, up-to-the-minute trendsetting style, industry leadership. The results are breathtaking Hublot timepieces that are extremely unique and fashionable and eye-catching.