The history of Hublot dates back to 1980 but in lots of ways, the story didn't really begin until 2005, when the brand unveiled the game-changing Big Bang. The Big Bang is the heart and soul of Hublot, and its bold looks, large size and radical fusion of unconventional materials defined a new generation of masculine timepieces. Discover more about the bold watches of Hublot at Time+Tide.

"Watch & Act!" Auction Item – Lot 5: A Hublot Classic Fusion, made unique

Hublot Classic Fusion

Another watch conceived from scratch for the 'Watch & Act!' Auction, the Classic Fusion 'Watch & Act!' Unique Piece features a ceramic case, carbon fibre bezel and a shimmering blue dial. The case back is engraved with the words 'Unique Piece'. Before we go on, here's a quick primer on the Classic Fusion line: the collection, introduced in 2010, is intended as a slightly more subtle (dare we say dressier?) offering than the traditional Big Bang, while still possessing some of those indisputable Hublot hallmarks — the 'H' screws on the bezel, the solid end links on the strap, and those contrasting 'ears' on the case at three and six. It's a softer Hublot, sure, but it's still a Hublot. It's also an incredibly stylish watch. The blue dial is lush, like a midnight sky. The satin-finished sunray dial is a wonder to behold, reflecting light all over the place thanks to the polished, faceted markers and hands, not to mention the rich texture of the dial itself. The colour is beautifully picked up in the rubber-backed alligator strap, with colour-matched blue stitch. And then there's the case itself: 45mm of ceramic, a mix of polish and vertical brush ensuring… Read More

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Porthole perfection: Our top 5 Hublot watches from 2019

Hublot watches from 2019

Horological disruptors Hublot were on a veritable roll last year, releasing a great many new and innovative timepieces that once again show why they are making waves in the watch world. Here are a few special wristwatches that caught our eye. HUBLOT BIG BANG UNICO TEAK ITALIA INDEPENDENT TITANIUM Limited to just 100 pieces, the Hublot Big Bang Unico Teak Italia Independent Titanium 45mm is every teak-freak's fever dream. With a bezel made of a mixture of teak and carbon fibre (peak 'art of fusion' right here, folks), this is the perfect watch for all yacht owners looking to recall the deck of their Sunseeker with a flick of the wrist. Ref No: 411.NQ.5129.NR.ITI19 / Case size: 45mm / Case material: Titanium / Movement: HUB1242 / Price: $31,100 HUBLOT CLASSIC FUSION FERRARI GT 3D CARBON 45MM And now for something completely different. Although Hublot is well known for pushing boundaries when it comes to case design and material science, it would be fair to say that the brand hasn't really deviated from its classic case silhouette too much over the years. This year is different though. The Classic Fusion Ferrari GT 3D Carbon offers a more rounded bezel and case… Read More

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The first ever Australian Hublot boutique in Sydney offers an exciting future

Hublot boutique in Sydney

It's been a very busy month in Sydney's watch retail space with a number of brands opening their doors, and an exciting Swiss brand has entered the fray with the first ever standalone Australian Hublot boutique in Sydney. Located in the heart of Sydney on King Street, the new space embodies the brand's motto of "The Art of Fusion", blending marble and glass in the form of alchemy that only Hublot has mastered. Throughout the boutique, the walls are covered in mirrors and pop-art, expressing a playfulness of light and space that is also expressed in Hublot's watches, especially through their use of different case materials. The new Sydney boutique also features a private suite for VIP entertainment, which aims to reflect the values of Hublot, which CEO Ricardo Guadalupe describes as "a young, dynamic and contemporary brand". Most importantly for fans of the brand around Australia, however, is the watches that will be offered at the new location. The new boutique will receive priority allocation of some limited edition stock, giving Australian Hublot enthusiasts unparalleled access to the brand, never before seen in the country. Hublot are also working on a special edition Sydney watch, which will only be… Read More

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"Watch & Act!" Auction Item – Lot 5: A Hublot Classic Fusion, made unique

Hublot Classic Fusion

Another watch conceived from scratch for the 'Watch & Act!' Auction, the Classic Fusion 'Watch & Act!' Unique Piece features a ceramic case, carbon fibre bezel and a shimmering blue dial. The case back is engraved with the words 'Unique Piece'. Before we go on, here's a quick primer on the Classic Fusion line: the collection, introduced in 2010, is intended as a slightly more subtle (dare we say dressier?) offering than the traditional Big Bang, while still possessing some of those indisputable Hublot hallmarks — the 'H' screws on the bezel, the solid end links on the strap, and those contrasting 'ears' on the case at three and six. It's a softer Hublot, sure, but it's still a Hublot. It's also an incredibly stylish watch. The blue dial is lush, like a midnight sky. The satin-finished sunray dial is a wonder to behold, reflecting light all over the place thanks to the polished, faceted markers and hands, not to mention the rich texture of the dial itself. The colour is beautifully picked up in the rubber-backed alligator strap, with colour-matched blue stitch. And then there's the case itself: 45mm of ceramic, a mix of polish and vertical brush ensuring… Read More

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HANDS-ON: The Hublot Big Bang Scuderia Ferrari 90th Anniversary Sapphire

Hublot Big Bang Scuderia Ferrari 90th Anniversary Sapphire

Unlike Ferrari's frankly dismal efforts in Formula 1 this year, 2019 has been a great 12 months for the Italian supercar manufacturer in terms of their commercial and creative partnership with watchmaking vanguards, Hublot. The curvaceous and inimitable Classic Fusion Ferrari GT was not only one of my personal favourites from the provocative Swiss marque, it was one of my favourite watches of 2019. Period. However, the other big standout wristwatch to bear the famed Prancing Horse badge this year – the Hublot Big Bang Scuderia Ferrari 90th Anniversary Sapphire – is by no means something forgettable. On the contrary, this leviathan of a watch perfectly demonstrates why Hublot is talked about time and time again as one of the industry leaders when it comes to material innovation. The gargantuan case, which measures 45mm across, is formed from solid sapphire with a polished finishing, and if that wasn't impressive enough, the case is capped by a carbon-ceramic bezel. What makes the bezel not only interesting, but just downright cool, is that it's been shaped to look like a Ferrari's brake disc, and carbon-ceramic is the actual material the Italian marque uses for said brake discs. The dial is another standout… Read More

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Keeping it classic: 3 of the best Hublot Classic Fusions

Hublot Classic Fusion

It's fair to say that Hublot is mostly known for their iconic range of Big Bang timepieces. And that's completely understandable, as the Big Bang is the brainchild of the Swiss watchmaking doyen, Jean-Claude Biver. Furthermore, the timepiece itself is credited with saving Hublot from an uncertain future when it was first released in 2005. However, for those looking for something that is perhaps a little more left field from the disruptive Swiss marque, Hublot's range of Classic Fusion timepieces represent a compelling blend of svelte sophistication and signature innovative design. Here are three of our favourites: Hublot Classic Fusion Aerofusion Chronograph Orlinski Green Ceramic   Representing one of the latest creations born from the ongoing collaborative works of Hublot and French artist and sculptor Richard Orlinski, the Aerofusion Chronograph Orlinski Green Ceramic is striking to say the least. It's a watch that permeates Hublot's expertise in material innovation, and the angular 45mm solid green ceramic case offers a truly unique proposition for buyers looking for a watch that pushes the boundaries of form and function. $24,800 Hublot Classic Fusion Ferrari GT Titanium What we love about Hublot's newly released Classic Fusion Ferrari GT Titanium is that, for once, Ferrari… Read More

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VIDEO: Hublot's Prancing Pony

hublot ferrari GT

At Baselworld 2019, Hublot released a new chronograph in partnership with Ferrari that looked almost un-Hublot. We had become so used to recognising the hard angles and faceted cases of the brand founded by Carlo Crocco that the flowing curves of the newest Classic Fusion were staggeringly svelte in comparison, and suddenly appealing to an entire new part of the watch-loving community with the Hublot Ferrari GT. Here, we take a look at two examples from the new collection, examining in more detail the partnership between Hublot and Ferrari, and how this relationship has made its effect felt on the collection. Available in either King Gold, 3D carbon or titanium, the Hublot Classic Fusion Ferrari GT collection offers something totally visually different to the brand's stable, while still delivering the shared R&D with one of the finest car manufacturers ever. Hublot Classic Fusion Ferrari GT price Hublot Classic Fusion Ferrari GT, in titanium is limited to 1000 pieces and is $28,400 AUD, in King Gold is limited to 500 pieces and is $50,000 AUD, and in 3D Carbon is limited to 500 pieces and is $35,100 AUD. Made in partnership with Hublot. However, the opinions expressed in this article are our own… Read More

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