Hublot releases gender neutral Big Bang Millennial Pink


Hublot has released its Big Bang Millennial Pink, a gender neutral watch with a 42mm lightweight aluminium case.

A statement from Hublot said of the choice of colour: “Intriguing and undefinable, Millennial Pink takes its place today as a pink which is not in the exclusive realm of women, nor that of men, but truly a symbol of a completely new generation.”

The lightweight aluminium material Hublot describes as monochrome material, anodised, satin-finished and through-tinted millennial pink.


The Unico chronograph manufacture movement, boasting a 72-hour power reserve, has a chronograph mechanism on the dial side and a column wheel.

The timepiece comes with two straps: one rubber with a deployant buckle made from titanium; and a second made from a mix of Velcro and a knitted fabric with a sporty buckle.

These are easily switched with Hublot’s patented One Click system.

The watch is limited to an exclusive run of only 200 pieces, and is priced at $20,900.


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