The year of 2009 was marked by the launch of the famous One million dollar Black Caviar Bang by the Swiss luxury watchmaker Hublot. The Black Caviar Bang conquered the hearts of numerous amateurs of expensive watches and professionals of the watch industry. It received the prize for Best Jewelry Watch at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève.

A piece of Hublot history

The luxury watchmaking brand under the name of Hublot was launched in January 1980 by Carlo Crocco. The company’s manufacture is based in Switzerland. But obviously the luxury market which is extremely saturated demands a unique approach from every single watchmaker in order to gain a competitive advantage. So Hublot introduced its own concept consisting in the combination of gold and rubber. Thereby a Hublot watch is symbolized by a perfectly polished golden case, a minimalist black dial and an inimitable rubber strap.

What is The Black Caviar Bang made of?

This original article of luxury watchmaking industry has a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment and Hublot logo printed on the inner side. Its case is made of ceramics which is the zirconium dioxide sintered at very high temperatures. This material is remarkable for its 100% scratchproof capacity and extreme resistance while being exposed to the environment influence. It is even used in the fabrication of certain elements of Formula 1 cars. Besides, it is lighter then steel and anti- allergenic. The Black Caviar Bang works on a HUB 1112 movement and has a 42 hour power reserve. Its smooth rubber strap contributes to the style apparent in every single detail of this watch. This model is a game of shadows defined by Hublot as an invisible visibility.
 

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