The Big Bang was introduced in 2004 when industry mogul Jean Claude-Biver took over the helm. It was based on the brand’s oldest and most famous watch, the Hublot (French for, “Porthole”). The Hublot shared many similarities with Audemars Piguet’s Royal Oak and it found a wealth of admirers among the European elite. The Big Bang was a sportier, chunkier and more contemporary version and it had an automatic movement. The Big Bang range was an instant hit and is still as popular today as it was when it first exploded onto the scene. Second hand Hublot Big Bang watches have great savings on original models and are ideal for those looking for a high-end, sporty timepiece.
Age: 16 years old (2006)