Once again set as a limited release, only 100 units of each timepiece will be available to purchase. The watch features a hand-wound movement while retaining the same dimensions of its sibling the Big Bang. It’s Texalium case is dressed in either a blue or grey patterned outfit and measures 45mm across and 15.95mm thick. Additionally each colorway comes with a matching blue or grey calf leather and rubber straps featuring embossed designs by Fairey himself. Within the timepiece’s face, skeletonized dials with Fairey’s signature “Star Gear” logo situated at three o’clock is the most prominent feature.
Interested buyers can head over to Hublot’s site to purchase a Big Bang Meca-10 in either blue or grey for €27,900 EUR (approximately $31,600 USD).
For more on the luxury Swiss watchmakers, earlier this year Hublot brought together Kylian Mbappé and Pelé for a legendary interview.