Hublot Big Bang Mecha-10 Blue Ceramic

Hublot Big Bang Mecha-10 Blue Ceramic

Launched in 2016, the Big Bang Mecca-10 stands out for its new design and novel feature arrangement that was not found in the existing replica Hublot collection, also known as the Meccano-type. In particular, a unique indicator set in the form of a rotating disc wheel that exposes a part of the gear train through a skeletonized movement and dial, and a long power reserve of 10 days, is revealed at the bottom of the dial to emphasize its unique personality.

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For the first time this year, replica Hublot introduced the new Big Bang Mecha-10 Blue Ceramic (Ref. 414.EX.5123.RX), which uses Indigo blue color high-tech ceramic as the case material. first). Except for the color of the case material and dial details, the difference in specifications from the previous model is not noticeable. Blue ceramic case with micro-blast & partially polished finish is 45mm in diameter, 15.95mm in thickness, and blue ceramic is used for the bezel and case back, and the insert connecting the case and bezel is made of black composite resin material, 6 titanium Fixed with H-screw. The case waterproof specification is 100m.
The movement is equipped with an in-house manual caliber HUB1201 consisting of 233 parts and 24 jewels. The double-barrel design at 3 Hz frequency guarantees a generous power reserve for 10 days, and the movement can be enjoyed through the sapphire crystal case back. The strap is equipped with a blue rubber strap with black rubber padding, and a black clasp-coated folding clasp with titanium and blue ceramic for easy detachment.replica watches
In addition, the Big Bang Mecha-10 King Gold version, made of Willow’s unique gold alloy, King Gold, was also introduced. Except for the exterior case material, the details of the blue ceramic version you saw earlier and the movement bridge and dial chaptering color are the same. Interestingly, like the Big Bang Mecha-10 Blue Ceramic, the King Gold version will continue to be released for a while as a regular version rather than a limited edition. For reference, the price of the two products was set at 30 million won for the Big Bang Mecha-10 blue ceramic version and 55 million won for the Big Bang Mecha-10 King Gold version.


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