For this new timepiece, Hublot has created a new manufacture movement. Entirely conceived and developed in house, the HUB1201 is a skeleton mechanical movement with manual winding and a 10-day power reserve. There are 223 components, straight and curved perforated metallic strips, crown gears, racks, plates, axes, and ratchet wheels.
An innovative construction with a skeleton dial revealing the detailed mechanics of the movement. This familiar and atypical design is constructed to create an audacious and original mechanical overlap of its power reserve. The 10-day power reserve allowed for the mechanism to be designed in manual mode to further reinforce this connection between man and his machine.
Perfecting this Meccano style, the regulating organ is visible beneath the dial at 7 o’clock. In black PVD—a dedication to 10 years of the All Black concept—its endings have had to adapt to the geometry and hardness of the bridges. These are very fine and transversal bridges rendered distinctive and almost invisible by their original insertion and execution.
Model: BIG BANG MECA-10
414. NI.1123.RX — Titanium
414. CI.1110.RX — All Black (Limited to 500 pieces)
45-mm diameter in Micro-blasted titanium or Polished and micro-blasted black ceramic
Bezel: Micro-blasted titanium or Polished and micro-blasted black ceramic; 6 Micro-blasted titanium or Black treated titanium H-shaped screws
Glass: Sapphire glass with interior/exterior anti-reflective treatment
Bezel lug: Black composite resin
Crown: Titanium or Black treated titanium, and rubber
Back: Sapphire glass and Micro-blasted titanium or Micro-blasted black ceramic
Water-resistance: 10 ATM or around 100 metres
Matt black skeleton
HUB1201 Movement developed and manufactured by Hublot, mechanic with manual winding, skeleton, with power reserve indicator
N° of components: 223 (24 rubies)
Power reserve: Around 10 days
Structured ribbed black rubber
Clasp: Titanium or Black treated titanium folding buckle