Alongside its new 40mm Big Bang Integral and new Sang Bleu watches, Hublot last month also unveiled the Big Bang Unico Golf Orange Carbon, a mechanical golf watch dressed in a bright orange carbon case.
The watchmaker’s mechanical golf watch, which Hublot first debuted in 2017, is a rare non-quartz watch that will keep track of a golfer’s progress within a trio of dial displays. Hublot created the Unico MHUB1580 automatic movement to show golfers which hole they were on, how many shots they’d taken on that hole and their cumulative score for the round. Previous models framed the golf displays within either a black carbon or a silvery white carbon case.
Like the earlier models, the newest Big Bang Unico Golf watch also matches a high-tech fabric strap (with Hublot’s One Click change system) to the case. The resulting 45mm orange wristwatch is certain to draw attention while driving, putting – or relaxing at the clubhouse.
The new Hublot Big Bang Unico Golf Orange Carbon offers a power reserve of 72 hours, weighs less than 100 grams, and is water-resistant to 100 meters. Hublot will make 100 pieces.