There are watches that you wear everyday and then, there are watches that make a genuine impression as something special. One such example is the Hublot Big Bang Interval, of which the company has made several individual timepieces. If you've never owned a watch like this, you don't know what you're missing out on. Below are five of these watches that are ranked from number five to number one. If you're interested in purchasing one for yourself, there's even a link associated with each example so you can find out more information about making that purchase.
5. Hublot Big Bang Interval Tourbillon Minute Repeater Limited Edition ($149,950)
This 44 mm skeleton watch is unique in every way. It’s definitely unique in its appearance, but that isn’t where things end. As a matter of fact, the sleek black case and strap, designed in deliberate contrast with the stainless steel skeleton, makes this one of the most futuristic-looking watches that money can buy. The watch features mechanical movement, putting you squarely in charge of its operation. Perhaps the thing that really makes it stand head and shoulders above its competition is the fact that the case is made from carbon, not stainless steel. Just in case you were wondering, the watch is also water resistant to 50 meters, despite its somewhat delicate appearance.
4. Hublot Big Bang Interval Limited Edition E Premier League Digital Watch ($4,235)
This outstanding watch offers a 42 mm digital example of one of the most famous watches ever made by Hublot or any other watchmaker. It also features automatic movement and has been designed with a titanium case. Together with the fabric strap, it’s obvious at first glance that this is a high-quality watch that is meant to take you into the next generation. The purple color of the fabric strap also goes exceedingly well with the same color that is displayed on the face of the watch. It’s truly something that is capable of standing out among virtually any other timepiece in existence, whether digital or analog in nature.
3. Hublot Big Bang Interval Broderie Automatic Diamond Men’s Watch ($8,495)
The first thing you will likely notice about this watch is that it has a great deal of presence. For starters, it isn’t exactly small. In fact, it is a 41 mm watch with a case thickness of 14 mm. In case you missed it in the title, the watch is also encrusted in a number of diamonds which easily compliment the fleur-de-lis pattern found on the strap. In reality, the strap itself is more unique than most timepieces, as it’s constructed from rubber and silk and then embroidered. If you’re still not sold, consider the fat that the watch comes complete with no less than 21 jewels. Despite the fact that it looks like one of the most eye-catching, delicate watches in history, it’s actually water resistant to a depth of 100 meters.
2. Hublot Big Bang Interval Chronograph Automatic Watch ($8,300)
This is a big watch with an even bigger personality. It incorporates a stainless steel case and a rubberized silicone bezel around a black dial. The design is finished off with a strap that is made from rubberized silicone. The end result is something that stands out and gets your attention from the first moment you ever lay eyes on it. This watch isn’t designed to be delicate, but instead, incorporates an in-your-face design that grabs hold of you and refuses to let go. It’s absolutely massive in size, but in reality, it is the design of the watch that truly makes it stand out. Surprisingly, it’s not water resistant. This is something that tends to take some people off guard, simply because it looks like it could take on anything and come away the clear winner. Nevertheless, it is indeed a watch worth having and enjoying to the fullest.
1. Hublot Big Bang Interval E UEFA EURO 2020 Quartz Digital Men’s Watch ($4,350)
This is a big, 42 mm watch with a ceramic case and a rubberized strap. The entire timepiece is black in color, save for the numerous flags of different countries that serve as an eye-catching decoration around the circumference of the dial. As you might have already noticed, the watch is digital. As such, the face of the timepiece is exceedingly clean. It makes it very easy to see exactly what time it is whenever you need to, regardless of lighting conditions or virtually anything else. The watch has loads of presence, but it isn’t dated in its design. For those who are fans of an earlier era, the watch that looks so futuristic also pays homage in the design of the flags. In addition to giving the timepiece some much needed color, it also serves as a nod to the late 1970s and early 1980s when these types of colors were so immensely popular that they could be found almost everywhere. There is no doubt about it, a great deal of attention to detail has been [paid when making this watch, and it shows. Virtually anyone would be honored to own one of these watches, both for its ability to tell time accurately and for its overall design. Perhaps the best part about owning one is that you could theoretically pass it down to your child when they are ready to own such a timepiece. However, it’s far more likely that you’ll decide that you just can’t let it go, so you may end up buying a second one instead. If you do, you’ll know that it’s money well spent.
Written by Lily Wordsmith
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