Last week, Mr Jean-Claude Biver travelled to Singapore to celebrate early Christmas with friends and press members with a wonderful luncheon organised by The Hour Glass. A recap of the afternoon ... Mr Michael Tay, Group Managing Director of The Hour Glas
They know everything! Here's what they suggested, an LE Hublot I hadn't seen. It's interesting having Hebrew markers, for the 70th anniversary of the state of Israel. Here's a watch with Hebrew markers where the hands move counter-clockwise: m.youtube
And Hublot offered us fireworks of novelties and colors with more than 50 references. Of course, most of them are just evolution of existing models but I could also see a lot of surprises! Here are first the gallery of wristshots: Report will come later..
Hello dear friends & Hublotista! Collectors discuss every now and then about this one ultimate object, which puts everything else in the shade. When it comes to watches, there is often talk of the exit-watch, which is supposed to end the hunt and bring pe
Dear Friends & Hublotista, every year in January, the world of watches looks to Geneva. But besides the mega present SIHH there is another place which is of interest for watch fans worldwide. The Grand Hotel Kempinski. Here Hublot, accompanied this year b
Dear Friends, not a real GenevaDays 2019 novelty, but still something very special is this watch here: It is a 45mm Big Bang Unico, but here in a version without chronograph mechanism as a three-hand watch. In principle, there has been such a thing with t
Dear friends, it's like every year before the big watch fairs. You sit there and think about what may new watches come? Personally, I love it when the watch brands give small hints in advance that stimulate the imagination. Hublot has already shown such A
The Big Bang Blue (ceramic) really caught my eye. The combo of blue ceramic with white composite resin is striking. They use a nice blue color. I also love the Tonneau shaped case. The 42mm cased size probably wears better on thinner wrists than the 45mm