The Swiss fake Hublot Big Bang range of watches isn’t just about what consumers want, it’s also Hublot’s love letter to watchmaking. Whether it’s a new material, movement, or even digital technology, the Big Bang is a platform from which luxury replica Hublot UK can experiment incrementally, and the Big Bang Integral is the latest variant to be given a full ceramic treatment.
The dial, or lack thereof, is really a celebration of the UNICO 2 movement, and a masterclass in depth. The effect of layering is first established with the best quality copy Hublot logo printed on the underside of the sapphire crystal, ensuring the brand presence is never lost behind the sweep of a hand. Next, the sloping chapter ring leads down towards the multi-faceted indices, those too having a gorge cut through them for added complexity. From there the dial is only really made up of two circular frames that form the subdials, counting the running seconds at 9 o’clock, and a 60 minute chronograph register at 3 o’clock. It’s beneath that minutes register that you can see the cutout for the date display emerging from a smoked sapphire disk of Swiss made replica Hublot.
In a crisp snow white, slate grey or ultramarine blue, the AAA quality fake Hublot Big Bang Integral in ceramic looks deceptively simple from the front-facing photographs. At an angle, however, the thought-out architecture of the solid ceramic cases are more akin to an industrial take on a scavenger’s spaceship. The chamfered edges are wide and polished, providing a huge flat surface for light to reflect on the liquid-smooth material and further contrast against the brushed surfaces. The sides of the case of Swiss movement replica watches are carved further, creating a channel which neatly fits the sporty rectangular chronograph pushers and leads the eye towards the “ears” of the case, from which the large gear-shaped crown emits. The lugs have a sharp downturn, which alongside the integrated bracelet makes this 42mm UK perfect 1:1 replica Hublot a surprisingly good fit on an average wrist, even though the lug-to-lug measurement comes in at around 52mm.