Hublot has unveiled its new Bang Bang Integral Tourbillon watch, which features all colors of the rainbow. Combining some of its most in-your-face gem-setting work with a show-stopping skeleton dial design and a tourbillon movement crafted for maximum visual drama.
The new Big Bang Tourbillon arrives in two new models. Coming in King Gold or white gold, both watches showcase the interior automatic movement. Fully encrusted with 484 baguette-cut stones, weighing almost 36 carats, decorate these watches. The stones come in an array of colors from fuschia pink sapphires, bold red rubies, topaz in Klein blue, amethysts, bright green tsavorites, lemon yellow sapphires and sun-kissed orange sapphires.
The watches come in 43 mm sizes with an integrated bracelet that also includes the rainbow-colored stones, each stone is carefully hand-selected for color to create an unbroken rainbow spectrum across the case in a process that totals over 1200 man-hours.
While the setting alone makes the watch is undeniably impressive, the movement is a gem in its own right. Caliber HUB6035 is made in-house at Hublot’s manufacture and features a tourbillon, as well as a micro-rotor crafted from gold. Additionally, it features a tourbillon at six o’clock.
The Hublot Big Bang Integral Tourbillon Rainbow is available now through authorized dealers at an MSRP of $790,000. Find more details about the watch and its release on Hublot’s website. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.