Monthly Archives: December 2014

Big Bang on Material—Hublot 2014 Watch Class

April, 2005, Big Bang came to exist, and Hublot embraced a new era. Big Bang, which reminds us of the universe big bang or, you know, the Big Bang Theory, a TV show. No matter time, or life, everything comes from that big bang, and it stands for the new world and new feature. Since then, reborn, creation, and reviving speaks for what Hublot is after. Just like everything that is changing in the world, Hublot sticks to innovations while also dedicated to development: designing new and light material, applying new colors on it… it seems to have infinite energy.

hublot big bang replica

hublot big bang replica

Since its foundation at Switzerland in 1980, rubber with precious metal features Hublot watches, which created many new materials back then. Platinum, yellow gold, AISI 316 steel, natural rubber are melted with aluminium, titanium, carbon, zirconium and magnesium, as well as other high-tech composite material, such as zirconium with oxidizing ceramic, composite resin, and other precious metal. Man has unlimited imaginations as well as innovations. In this limited world, Hublot is able to make most use of them and extend it to their best. When the yellow gold has no scratches, then the Magic Gold is invented. When the rare osmium crystal appears in the watch, when the carbon fiber and colorful ceramics appears in the watch, we should not doubt that more new material appears on Hublot watches. Melting point changes, formula changes, the original shape changes, then you will realize the power of material.

In November 30th, 2014, Mathias Buttet, the legend material scientist of Hublot, once again come to Beijing to deliver its new reading on material innovation. Instead of being called watch maker, Mathias is more like to be called scientist. Under his command, HUblot makes great achievements on developing new materials on Hublot watches. particularly, great breakthroughs happened in the new material innovation, and that could cause great influences in the future high-tech industries.