Hublot Big Bang Unico owners

May 13, 2023,14:29 PM

Hello all! I have the Big Bang Integral Blue Ceramic 42mm. I love the fact that the ceramic is ultra-tough and almost entirely scratch-proof. I have a soft spot for Hublot on rubber because the Big Bang on rubber strap is sportier than the integral ceramic models. Anyone have these or similar Big Bang Unico 42mm models that can share short and long-term feedback?

I definitely want a Big Bang Unico with ceramic bits, whether it is ceramic bezel/Ti case or ceramic bezel/case. Thanks in advance.

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Interested to hear the feedback

 By: TeutonicCarFan : May 13th, 2023-14:44
I have been narrowing in on a watch with modern materials (ti, ceramic, carbon, etc) and the unico 42mm ti/ceramic is high up. Not typically my style but it fits with the avant garde style. Also in consideration is the 44mm paneri flyback called zebra (sa... 
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Good quest

 By: Weems@8 : May 13th, 2023-17:14
Here is also somebody who want to know more. And, also the two you put links on. If i go for a Big Bang, i go for the 42mm White with automatic Unico movement. The yellow and the green Rhino are nice, but at 45mm they are not on my list. The integrals, no... 
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I own the Unico 42mm and I can just say that is a super comfortable

 By: christianch : May 15th, 2023-23:40
and versatile watch. Just today I saw the blue one in your first link. very nice if you like blue. The white is very nice too. You can't go wrong with any because the movement is the smoothest chronograph I have ever handled. The pushing mechanism is very... 
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I’ve handled the Unico 42mm, but not recently…

 By: walds11 : May 16th, 2023-01:14
I can attest to the smooth chronograph operation. The Integrated Ceramic has the same HUB1280 Unico movement. It is the smoothest I’ve ever handled as well. As much as I love the feel, look and case shape of the Integral Ceramic, I have a soft spot for Hu... 
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