Hublot’s New Watches Include A $400k Technical Tour De Force
— 31 January 2024

Hublot’s New Watches Include A $400k Technical Tour De Force

— 31 January 2024
Nick Kenyon
Nick Kenyon

We’re still only a month into 2024, yet Hublot has already brought more energy to the table, courtesy of its LVMH Watch Week releases, than most brands can muster throughout the year.

From the all-new Masterpiece collection and the vibrant green Big Bang Unico (very much in line with sibling band TAG Heuer), there’s plenty to like about what the technically innovative watchmaker is up to this year.

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Hublot MP-10 Tourbillon Weight Energy System Titanium

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Once you overcome the sticker shock of this admittedly punchy timepiece, you can begin to appreciate the lengths Hublot’s watchmakers have gone to in order to create watches that are unlike anything else out there.

Boasting a brand-new calibre (the self-winding HUB9013), this completely new Hublot watch design doesn’t have any hands. Instead communicating the time and power reserve via a quartet of rotating discs.

There’s also an inclined tourbillon and new winding system, which uses two bidirectional solid gold weights on either side of the movement to generate the watch’s power supply.

All of this is housed within a colossal titanium case measuring 54mm in length and 22.4mm in thickness, making it a watch with plenty of oomph on the wrist.

Easily one of the more technically impressive pieces of LVMH Watch Week in 2024, Hublot is set to make just 50 pieces of the MP-10 Tourbillon Weight Energy System Titanium.

Hublot Big Bang Integrated Time Only Blue Indigo Ceramic

The Big Bang Integrated is one of Hublot’s most cohesive designs from the last few years, and after beginning its life in hefty gold, has evolved into a more modestly sized 40mm time-only incarnation.

Not only that, but the track record Hublot has for working with ceramic has resulted in the undeniably eye-catching use of block colour; with two new shades of blue each making a strong statement on the wrist, without going overboard.

Limited to just 200 pieces each, and arriving with a sporty 100m water resistance rating; the automatic HUB1710 movements inside promise at least 50 hours of power reserve between wears.

Hublot Big Bang Unico Saxem Green

There’s absolutely no doubt about it: Hublot loves sapphire. The vibrant orange Big Bang Sapphire Tourbillon from 2021 laid the groundwork for a truly neon shade of yellow several years later, and at LVMH Watch Week in 2024, Hublot has gone for green.

The 42mm case — made as always from milled sapphire — uses a special colouring process to achieve its shade of “emerald,” and while the aforementioned sapphire watches feature tourbillons, this Unico even boasts a flyback chronograph inside.

Powered by the automatic HUB1280 (UNICO 2) calibre that delivers 72 hours of power reserve, it arrives on a matching green rubber strap that contrasts nicely with the black PVD highlights throughout the watch.

Hublot Classic Fusion Tourbillon Orlinski Ceramic

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Hublot’s partnership with angle-obsessed artist Richard Orlinski dates back to 2017 and over its course, they’ve created some genuinely cool watches. This pair of ceramic Classic Fusion watches continues that tradition, with Orlinski’s signature origami-esque folds across the case surface and an impressive calibre within.

Powered by the manually wound HUB6021 movement, both of these watches feature five-day power reserve tourbillons that give them some serious technical punch to go with their attention-grabbing colourways. If you’re keen on either, you’ll need to move fast as there will be just 30 made in each colour.

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Nick Kenyon
Nick Kenyon is the Editor of Boss Hunting, joining the team after working as the Deputy Editor of luxury watch magazine Time+Tide. He has a passion for watches, with other interests across style, sports and more. Get in touch at nick (at)


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