Frequently Asked Question
The most common questions about Hublot Big Bang Unico
What is Hublot Unico?The Unico 2 caliber was designed to equip smaller chronographs and also open the world of Hublot to new enthusiasts. It retains the unique design of its former version with a double coupling system visible from the dial side as well as a 72-hour power reserve.
What is the cheapest Hublot watch?The most affordable watch in the collection is the Classic Fusion Titanium, which costs $7,400 for any model – Titanium, Opalin, Blue Titanium, Racing Grey Titanium. As an entry-level watch, it uses Hublot automatic movement (HUB1112).
How do I know if my Hublot Big Bang is real?Run your finger over the Hublot logo on the clasp; the logo should be engraved, never etched or printed. 3. Read carefully. Study the dial which should read “Swiss Made.” And examine the markings on the movement itself.Jul 12, 2016
Are Hublot watches good?Is Hublot a good watch? Yes. An excellent one. There is a direct correlation though between the value of a brand, the recognition of a brand, and the resale value.
What is Unico movement?The UNICO is a fully integrated chronograph, meaning that it has been developed from the start off as a chronograph. This means that it is not an automatic movement with a chronograph module placed on top, but that the gears and levers for the chronograph function are an intricate part of the movement as a whole.May 22, 2017
Does Hublot use in house movement?Collectors and enthusiasts often prefer movements in watches that are made by their own brand. ... Hublot is currently making in-house movements for some of their higher-end tourbillon movements and will follow up with a more basic movement to fill the spot currently occupied by movements from ETA .Apr 14, 2011
What movements does Hublot use?The calibers in the Hublot Classic Fusion watches are what is known as ébauche calibers; a template base-movement which is usually supplied by ETA, the biggest supplier of movements of these types and they make high-quality movements for many luxury watchmakers.