New Hublot Big Bang Meca-10 Blue Ceramic 414.EX.5123.RX Watch




Hublot Meca-10 Ceramic Blue Hands-On & Why This Big Bang Is For Watch Movement Lovers Hands-On


During “Geneva Watch Week” in January of 2018, I met with Hublot to see this new blue ceramic version of the Big Bang Meca-10 watch (hands-on here featuring the collection’s original 2016 release). This is one of the more interesting “watch collector” oriented versions of the Big Bang currently offered today, and writing about it gives me an opportunity to share an interesting story about the Hublot Meca-10 collection.

A few months ago I found myself with some time to kill while visiting the Hublot manufacture in Nyon, Switzerland. I asked “can I go talk to someone making something interesting?” Hublot’s busy team thought about it, made a call, and then asked me to wait for someone to pick me up. Within 10 minutes I was sitting next to a friendly guy with “movement constructor” in his job title. Brands typically don’t like their valued engineers talked about in media because it can often lead to “talent poaching,” so I’ll not mention this guy’s name, but if you end-up reading this, thank you for your time chatting with me instead of working on movements.



Hublot Meca-10 Ceramic Blue Hands-On & Why This Big Bang Is For Watch Movement Lovers Hands-On