The Big Bang is the first Hublot watch to celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2015; it remains as popular as ever to this day. The Big Bang MECA-10 Ceramic Blue is no exception. The 45mm microblasted and polished blue ceramic case features a blue ceramic bezel and a stylish blue skeleton dial. A HUB1201 manual-winding skeleton power reserve movement is protected by sapphire crystal glass that has been treated with an anti-reflective coating. Other features include a black and blue structured rubber strap finished with a black ceramic and black plated titanium deployant clasp and a 10 day power reserve. Take a look at the full Hublot collection.
Specification: Hublot Big Bang MECA-10 Ceramic Blue 414.EX.5123.RX 45mm
Goldsmiths have a rich and vibrant history as one of the longest standing jewellery British jewellery companies, with over a hundred years of tradition and experience in offering exceptional pieces and unparalleled customer service.
Goldsmiths trading history can be traced back to 1892 when it commenced business as a family run jewellers in Newcastle upon Tyne called Northern Goldsmiths & Silversmiths. In over a century since, it has grown into one of the major jewellery groups in Britain, still run on family lines, with much of the old family atmosphere retained in its one hundred and sixty five outlets, spread throughout England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales.
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