The Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Titanium Diamonds 39mm is elegance reinvented. This particular watch has a satin-finished and polished Titanium case with a polished Titanium bezel set with 50 diamonds totaling ~1.0ct, and six H-shaped Titanium screws. This strap is made from black structured lined rubber and is secured with a stainless steel deployant buckle clasp that is simply pressed on either side to release.
Titanium is extensively used by Hublot, specifically for its lightness. It displays the best relationship between resistance and weight of any material, which makes it an extremely popular material especially within aeronautics. It also stands out with its resistance to corrosion and its inertia in contact with the skin. Hublot only uses high quality, grade 5 titanium, the strongest there is. Once polished, this material retains a slightly bluish metallic sheen.
The matte black dial has a large central hour, minute and second hands, which are complemented by a date at 3 o’clock. The Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Titanium Diamonds uses the HUB1710 caliber self-winding movement with automatic winding that beats at a frequency of 4Hz (28,800 alternations/hour) and provides the watch with a 50-hour power reserve. It is water resistant to 100m or 10 ATM.
I really enjoyed wearing this watch because it looks classy and was understated. It could easily be worn with an evening dress or your favourite jeans/t-shirt outfit. The Titanium construction gave this Hublot a light feel on my wrist and it also has the exposed back, so you can watch the majestic mechanism at work.
The suggested retail price for Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Titanium Diamonds 39mm is AUD 23,400. For more information get in touch with your nearest Hublot boutique.