Buy Hublot

Founded by Carlo Crocco, the first Hublot watch made its debut at Baselworld in 1980. The original Hublot watch sported a yellow gold porthole-shaped case — “hublot” is the French word for porthole — and a black rubber strap.

Hublot

Classic

1880.1

Very good
$2,490

Hublot

Classic

1521.1

Very good
$2,050

Hublot

Classic

1391.3

Very good
$2,270

Hublot

Classic

525.OX.0180.LR

Very good | 2015
$22,220

Hublot

Big Bang

716.CQ.1199.LR.SOl14

Very good
$16,120

Hublot

Big Bang

401.OJ.0123.VR

Very good | 2017
$20,560

Hublot

Classic

139.10.3

Very good | 1998
$2,490

Hublot

Classic

1523.1

Good
$1,660

Hublot

Classic

1621.2

Very good
$1,990

Hublot

Classic

1401.2

Very good | 2001
$2,050

Hublot

Elegant

1710.1

Good
$1,820

Hublot

Big Bang

301.PC.3180.RC.1104

Very good
$16,570

Hublot

Classic

1920.1

Very good
$3,100

Hublot

Classic

1521.0

Very good
$2,820

Hublot

Classic

510.NX.1170.NX

New | 2019
$7,200

Hublot

Elegant

1430

Very good | 2007
$1,880

Hublot

Big Bang

301.SX.7170.LR

New | 2019
$9,970

Hublot

Big Bang

301.CM.131.RX.LUN06

Very good
$7,530

Hublot

Big Bang

301.SX.1170.RX

Very good | 2012
$8,810

Hublot

Classic

1915.8

Very good | 2008
$9,920

Hublot – The Art of Fusion

It was the first watch ever that was presented on a rubber strap and it took three years of R&D to perfect the rubber material for wearing before it was unveiled. The Hublot watch soon took off and became the quintessential luxury sports watch for European royalty with the kings of Greece, Spain, Sweden and Prince of Monaco all opting to wear one.

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Big Bang

Hublot revealed the Big Bang chronograph in 2005. The boldly designed luxury sports chronograph measuring 44mm was an instant hit and won a number of prizes that year including the “2005 Design Prize” at the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix. The introduction of the Hublot Big Bang also reinforced the company’s philosophy of the “Art of Fusion” — mixing surprising combinations of materials for innovative timepieces. The first Big Bang was a fascinating arrangement of gold, steel, titanium, ceramic, Kevlar, and rubber that came together for an unforgettable look. The Big Bang became the brand’s signature collection and has immensely expanded to include plenty of sizes, materials, and styles for both men and women.

Innovative Materials

Hublot boasts in-house metallurgists who seek out to create the innovative materials to be later used on the brand’s watches. Some of the materials created by Hublot include the world’s first scratchproof gold, dubbed Magic Gold, made with a mixture of ceramic and liquid gold, as well as King Gold, a gold redder than traditional red gold made by mixing gold, copper, and platinum.

UNICO Movement

Around 2010, Hublot took the step towards becoming a true watch manufacturer by building their own in-house movements. The Hublot UNICO movements, which initially took about three years to develop, are the in-house built mechanical calibers that range from automatic chronograph movements to high complication calibers such as tourbillons and minute repeaters.

Buying Pre-Owned Hublot Watches

An instantaneously recognizable design and built with only the finest and most innovative materials, Hublot watches are some of the most sought-after luxury sports watches, and they come with a hefty price tag. However, in the secondary market, used Hublot Big Bang watches, secondhand Hublot King Power pieces, and pre-owned Hublot Classic Fusion models can be purchased for a fraction of the full retail cost.