As the name might suggest, the Big Bang Unico Summer is making a play for your wrist this summer with its 42mm case milled from lightweight aluminum and finished with a mix of satin and polished surfaces, before being anodized in an eye-catching shade of purple to create a durable, scratch-resistant exterior.
Inside is a HUB1280 chronograph movement with 72-hour power reserve. The watch’s skeleton dial – in a matching shade of purple – reveals the movement’s column wheel, offering a unrivalled view of the mechanism in action every time the chronograph is activated.
The watch is presented with two quick-change purple straps, one Velcro with a sports clasp and the other rubber with an aluminum and titanium deployant clasp.
The Big Bang Unico Summer drops in June as a 200-piece limited edition via Hublot, priced $22,000 USD.
Elsewhere in watches, Seiko works with porcelain specialist on pair of Presage automatics.