Hublot Big Bang Integral Ceramic – If you want a full ceramic watch but have bigger wrists

Chunky but light

Fans of chunky, high-tech watches will probably rejoice at the sight of the new Hublot Big Bang Integral launched just last week at the start of the LVMH Watch Week 2021. Sure, you may say that the ceramic case and the ceramic bracelet has already been done but I think I can say, not quite like this.

Up until a couple of years ago, the most compelling choice for full ceramic watches was from Rado’s collections. However, those were a little more dainty, slim and unobtrusive. This full ceramic version of the Big Bang Integral is the total opposite of that, offering a chunky, robust design, typical of a Hublot. Of course, the price of these watches also vary quite a fair bit but to those who can afford it, the extra option is sure to be appreciated.



I talked about the Big Bang Integral quite a fair bit when the black ceramic version was launched together with titanium and King Gold variants, so you can read about it here. The newly launched Big Bang Integrals are pretty much the same watch save for the obvious difference which is that the ceramic now come in white, blue or grey (I can’t wait for them to launch one with this vibrant red). The not so obvious difference is that where the previous ceramic version was limited to 500 pieces, these are not. Oh, and the price has also been reduced to CHF 21,900.


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