Hublot Big Bang Unico SAXEM Review

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Greetings watch aficionados! Hublot just dropped a bomb – the Big Bang Unico SAXEM. Let’s break it down and get cozy with Saxem, the cool material that makes this watch stand out. Now, let’s dig deeper into our informative Hublot Big Bang Unico SAXEM review! Stay tuned for some mind-blowing facts!

The Marvel of Saxem

Saxem is not the average material. We could safely say it is the superhero of watchmaking. Imagine the durability of a sapphire crystal but with a mesmerizing green hue, courtesy of rare earth minerals.

Hublot calls it “Astroturf Green,” a nod to its distinct shade. Remember the jaunty yellow Saxem in 2019? Well, this is the cool, green sequel.

Wondering about the Hublot Big Bang Unico SAXEM on the wrist? Let’s take a look at the image down below, made by Tide & Tide Watches.

Hublot SAXEM green

A Stylish Symphony

Take a moment to visualize a 42mm diameter and a 14.5mm thickness. Well, that’s exactly what the Hublot Big Bang Unico SAXEM is all about, maintaining Hublot’s signature size. We must say that this model is truly extravagant and different in a way!

The case and bezel, with six titanium screws, exude style without being too flashy. Now, this is thanks to careful brushing that tempers the Astroturf Green into a stunning charm. We absolutely love it!

Hublot Unico SAXEM

Exploring the Dial

Now, let’s get into the soul of the Hublot Big Bang Unico SAXEM – the dial. This is indeed a captivating canvas of sophistication. A skeletonized design opens a window to the intricate mechanism underneath.

Two sub-dials grace the dial. We see small seconds at 9 o’clock and a 60-minute scale for the central flyback chronograph at 3 o’clock. Not to miss the discreet date window and the even-hour Arabic numerals, adding a classic touch.

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SAXEM green

Powering Excellence

Behind the scenes, powering this thing is the automatic in-house caliber HUB1280 (UNICO 2). Namely, this one beats at 4Hz or 28,800 vibrations per hour.

The impressive 72-hour power reserve ensures that this watch keeps ticking. And here’s the cool part – the mechanism, decorated with a sleek black PVD coating. After all, this shows its beauty through the transparent case back.

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