The Big Bang Sang Bleu gets its francophone surname from the magazine and contemporary design brand that Buchi founded in 2006. The watch makes an immediate impression — with its sharply beveled lines and hexagonal bezel conferring a highly geometric, three-dimensional look, a key aesthetic in the tattoo art of Büchi, whose celebrity clients include Kanye West and Adam Lambert. This “glass-and-metal sculpture” design is enhanced by the matte black dial, with its wide, black satin-finished circular flange stamped with the hour numerals and minute indices, executed in a font created by Büchi’s own typeface-design agency.
Hublot never posted such a strange watch in their Big Bang series before. In my memory, the most unique collection from Hublot belongs to its limited edition models. This watch is also a limited edition creatd by a special person Hublot cooperated with. Certainly, you may notice that the replica has a large difference with genuine, but on movement stability and case building, the replica is moderate. It is not a top replica, but the quality is good enough to make the watch last for one and half a year.
The watch’s 45-mm case is made of satin-finished and polished titanium and is engraved with Büchi’s signature geometric lines and shapes. The design motif continues seamlessly into the black calfskin strap, which is sewed onto rubber and hot-stamped in a gradient from black to gray. The rubber interior of the strap is also engraved with a Sang Bleu logo.