The Hublot Big Bang watch now comes in ‘Millenial pink’

I am not a very big fan of Hublot watches but their Big Bang collection is one thing I look most forward to. Hublot’s big bang collection celebrates the art of fusion like no other. Amalgamating unusual material combinations with the best of craftsmanship and a unique palette of colors is one of their most certain fortes. Proof of this ‘fusion-ary’ vision lies in their latest offering of the Big Bang in millennial pink. The Hublot Big Bang Millennial Pink Watch is the result of collaboration with the founder and creative director of Milan-based Garage Italia, that’s given us a gender-neutral shade that could well be the hottest color of the season. This very attractive color is not just an aesthetic aspect; it is achieved by an anodizing process that gives it a pastel shade along with benefits like some extra scratch resistance. The Big Bang Millennial Pink has a 42mm case which makes it comfortable to wear and not too bulky. It also encloses an in-house UNICO chronograph movement that powers its functions and offers 72 hours of power reserve.

A Hublot fan knows no Hublot watch is complete without some terrific straps to support its charm. The fancy Hublot Big Bang Millennial Pink watch comes with two stunning straps; one is a signature rubber strap and the other is a mix of Velcro and PES (polyester) fabric, secured by a millennial pink buckle. The Big Bang Millennial Pink will have a limited edition run of 200 timepieces worth $20,900 each.

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