When Hublot replica watches first launched the Big Bang referee watch under the coordination of the 2018 FIFA World Cup sponsorship in Russia, it caused a sensation in the world of “Connected Watches” for the first time. This timepiece was the most expensive “smart watch” on the market at the time, opening up a new and previously unexpected market segment for luxury watchmakers. Today, marking Hublot replica watch has not abandoned its plans for this category, it announced the launch of the new Big Bang e.
New best Big Bang e replica watch, which may be more important than its football-centric predecessor, can be considered a descendant of the game-changing original Big Bang model, which breathed energy into Hublot replica watch when it debuted in 2005. Its 42mm titanium case or black ceramic case is assembled in the “sandwich” structure of the model and has a 12-hour bezel with metalized numbers. The design of screws and push rods is consistent with the design of the mechanical big bang, as is the sturdy rubber strap, which is equipped with Hublot replica watch’s patented One Click system, which can be easily interchanged.
The AMOLED touch screen is covered with scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. Inside the 42-part cheap replica watch case is an electronic module that controls many functions of the watch through an integrated button in the crown. This is LVMH’s first luxury replica watch brand to develop and sell connected watches. In addition to the “time only” mode, Big Bang e also provides a variety of dials that can display digital versions of traditional AAA replica watch complications, such as the recognizable Big Bang two-register chronograph, perpetual calendar with ultra-precision moon phases, And the dual time zone GMT with the real sense of the earth.
Although the 2018 referee table was launched to support the Hublot replica watch Loves Football advertising campaign, Big Bang e is a showcase of the Hublot LovesArt movement and its continued support for contemporary artists. For this top replica watch, artist Marc Ferrero provided eight original color dial images that change every three hours to create a sequence every 24 hours. As the hour changes, a five-second animation guides the wearer from one image to the next.