The collaboration between Hublot and Ferrari lead to the creation of a new amazing watch collection. The Hublot Big Bang Ferrari Magic Gold is one of the limited edition watches part of that collection and undoubtedly a marketing success, with people all over the world wanting one. A carbon made case with sapphire glass within a King Gold model that comes with black ceramic and carbon fiber, all these are probably reasons why this watch was considered so awesome. Besides that the watch comes in two variants, the Magic Gold and the Titanium. Here we will talk about the Magic Gold edition that only had 500 pieces made. This was the world’s first scratch-resistant 18K gold watch. This timepiece features the prancing horse from Ferrari on the dial and also the “Ferrari” emblazoned chrono pushers with a five-spoke wheel design for the rotor. And when it comes to the movement, the watch has the popular Hublot in-house UNICO series with the Hub1241 UNICO flyback column-wheel chronograph.
The watch comes with a polished Magic Gold case with the Sapphire Dial and satin finished gold plated appliques. You will also notice that satin-finished gold plated hands were using along with Black Luminescent. All this underneath the sapphire with anti-reflective treatment on a bezel with polished Magic Gold with 6 H-shaped Black PVD Titanium Screws. Other materials used for the watch are black composite resin for the bezel lug and black rubber and black Alcantara type strap with rubber decor and contrasting stitching. The strap comes with a deployant buckle clasp in Titanium along with black PVD with carbon insert.
Some might find this watch to be a bit too much, especially with so many materials fusing and all kinds of contrasting elements, but for others this might be the exact type of watch they were looking for: an imposing watch with beautiful design that comes from two famous brands all within a large 45mm case. The Hublot Big Bang Ferrari Magic Gold is a watch that has gathered within the glamour behind fast amazing cars and the modern approach in new watch technologies.