I wanted to share with you the latest addition to the Hublot Spirit of Big Bang collection – the Yellow Magic 42mm. For those who appreciate bold and daring models, this watch is sure to catch your eye.

As someone who owns the same model in red, I can attest to the uniqueness and quality of this timepiece. The yellow shade is striking and adds a pop of color to any outfit.

What sets the Spirit of Big Bang collection apart is not just the movement, but also the unique tonneau shape that distinguishes it from other luxury watches. The caliber HUB4700 movement, based on the renowned el-primero movement, further adds to its exceptional quality.

Although this style may not be for everyone (or many!) I appreciate its modern and avant-garde design. Overall, the Hublot Spirit of Big Bang Yellow Magic 42 mm is a timepiece that truly stands out and makes a bold statement

This watch is very versatile, with 100 meters of water resistance and the ability to quickly change straps, making it practical for a range of occasions.

If I didn’t already own the red version, I would definitely consider getting this one. The red watch was one of my go-to pieces last year – it’s bold and cool.

For Hublot, materials are an integral part of their watches’ design. They must complement their design, while protecting their mechanism and withstand the test of time. As such, the Manufacture has chosen to use high-tech ceramic for certain bezels and cases; it is an ultra-tough and almost entirely scratch-proof material (apart from the diamond) with a base of zirconium sintered at very high temperatures.

The Art of Fusion is expressed right through to the heart of the movement. Simple watches with innovative watchmaking concepts, Hublot has created a range of unique “in-house” movements. A unique design of the Unico automatic chronograph. An unparalleled power reserve of Meca-10, Tourbillon and MP-11 calibers. A revolutionary motor approach with 11 MP-05 barrels and 50-day power reserve. In its “Art of Fusion,” Hublot carries out a perfect symbiosis between functionality, architecture and design.