Hublot Big Bang King Power Unico GMT 771.OM.1170.RX
|Also Called:||Hublot Unico GMT Rose Gold 771OM1170RX, 771.OM.1170.RX, 771 OM 1170 RX|
|Series:||Big Bang King Power Unico GMT|
|Case Material:||18K Rose Gold - Satin finish|
|Dial Color:||Multi-layered Black Skeleton Dial - Satin-finished Ruthenium Plated Appliques with Black Luminescent - Satin-finished Ruthenium Plated Hands with Black Luminescent|
|Engine:||HUB1220 Self-winding GMT Movement|
|Functions:||Hours, Minutes, Seconds, GMT four time zone|
|Crystal Material:||Sapphire - Scratch Resistant, interior anti-reflective|
|Case Diameter:||48.0 mm|
|Case Width Including Crown:||50 mm|
|Case Thickness:||17.6 mm|
|Caseback:||Sapphire Crystal - Transparent Exhibition Back revealing rotor|
|Bezel Material:||Circular Satin-finished Black Ceramic and Black Rubber with 6 H-shaped Black PVD Titanium Screws and Engraved Name of Time Zone|
|Water Resistance:||100m / 330ft (suitable for swimming and shallow snorkeling; unsuitable for diving)|
|Crown Material:||18k Rose Gold|
|Calendar:||Automatic Date between 4 & 5|
|Power Reserve:||72-hour power reserve|
|Watch Bracelet / Strap Material:||Rubber - Black|
|Watch Clasp Material:||Deployant|
|Max Wrist Size:||8.5 inches|
|Additional Info:||The new famous Unico chronograph movement has been treated to its first evolution, since its base now welcomes a GMT function also entirely developed and manufactured by Hublot. This new complication offers a clever set of 4 rotating aluminium discs indicating the same number of time zones. They are controlled by a pusher housed in the caseband at 2 o’clock and enabling instant and highly legible readings of the time in a choice of 14 cities. The 48 mm case is available in black ceramic or 18K red King Gold, and bears the unmistakable architectural Hublot signature. This watch with its sophisticated and functional design should appear to travelers with a taste for fine contemporary watchmaking.|
|First Production Year:||2012|
About the Company:
Growing up in a family of watchmakers, Carlo Crocco in 1976 left the Binda Group company, and Italian jewellery company, to set out on his own and create a new watch company. Designing the first watch to feature a natural rubber strap, after 3 years of extensive research to create, he made his debut in 1980 at the Basel Watch Fair. Although not faring too well by the watch fair, the watches quickly picked up interest and was able to bring in over 2 million dollars within the first year.
Calling the company Hublot, which translates to “porthole” in French, after his first designs of piecing his natural rubber straps to porthole shaped cases, made of different materials. Now with over 50 boutiques around the world, Hublot is the owner of one of the most expensive watches in the world, the Hublot Big Bang $5 million, and is easily one of the most recognisable watches in the world.
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