Hublot Lancar BIG BANG e

| June 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

Hublot Lancar first released the Big Bang in 2005. Since then, this model has come to embody Swiss watchmaking in the third millennium.

In 2018, the first connected version of the Big Bang made its debut. And now, Hublot unveils the BIG BANG e.

The new incarnation of the brand’s Art of Fusion ethos: a fusion between tradition and innovation, cutting edge materials and the latest digital technology.

To mark the 2018 FIFA Football World Cup™ in Russia, Hublot presented their first connected watch model, the Big Bang Referee 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.

Equipped with the latest technological developments then available for wearable technology, this formidable tool was used both by referees on the pitch and by football fans, as a virtual stadium so they could join in with the competition.

Hublot Lancar BIG BANG e

Hublot Lancar BIG BANG e

Two years later, Hublot returns with a new model: the BIG BANG e, a connected watch equipped with the latest technology that adopts all the iconic Big Bang codes.

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“Electronic watches were created in Switzerland using quartz in the 1970s. Fifty years later, we are continuing in the same innovative vein by producing a second smart watch which boasts an extremely high level of technological sophistication, whilst embodying all the aesthetic values, technical features and excellence that have ensured the reputation of our Big Bang collection.

Ever more faithful to our “Art of Fusion” motto, we wanted the BIG BANG e to unite Hublot’s highly advanced technical materials with the very latest innovations from today’s digital world.” – Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO of HUBLOT.

Full of sophistication and advanced technology, this piece fits in perfectly with Hublot’s watchmaking tradition. All the codes that have helped build the brand’s reputation thus far can be recognised instantly, by enthusiasts and the public alike.

A good pedigree always shines through! Its case is cut from materials such as black ceramic or titanium in a “sandwich” construction, an innovative style invented by Hublot in 2005.

Hublot Lancar BIG BANG e

Extremely complex, it comprises 42 components, 27 of which are for the K Module alone, the “cage” which houses the digital heart of the watch.

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