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Hublot, no stranger to doing weird things like covering their watch dial in denim, is now making cases from sapphire. Normally, sapphire is reserved for crystals, but in this case, Hublot has invested heavily in sapphire production. Here, then, is the Big Bang MP-11 in Emerald Green transparent sapphire.

This isn’t the first time Hublot has explored colored sapphire. They’ve previously worked on transparent, black, yellow, blue and red. The benefit of SAXEM sapphire cases is that they are brilliant in color, scratch resistant, and completely transparent.

SAXEM, comes from the words Sapphire Aluminium oXide and rare Earth Mineral, and it’s this recipe that gives the watch its beautiful green color.

The MP-11 houses a 14 day power reserve movement inside the emerald green case, with seven barrels that can be seen from the side of the case. Production will be limited to 20 pieces. If you happen to have $127,000 USD in the couch cushions or map pocket of your Maybach, go to Hublot.com.

BIG BANG MP-11 SAXEM

REFERENCE
911.JG.0129.RX
Limited to 20 pieces

CASE
Polished green SAXEM
Diameter: 45 mm
Thickness: 14.40 mm
Water resistance 3 ATM (30 m)

CASE-BACK
Polished green SAXEM, engraved with “LIMITED EDITION”
XX/20

BEZEL
Polished green SAXEM
Six H-shaped polished and microblasted black titanium screws

DIAL
Black matt skeleton
Black-plated appliques with green luminescence

MOVEMENT
HUB9011: Manufacture manual winding skeleton movement with 7 barrels mounted in series, and power reserve displayed on roller
Frequency : 4 Hz (28,800 A/h)
Power reserve: 14 days
Number of components: 270
Rubies : 39

STRAPS AND BUCKLE
Black structured rubber strap
Black ceramic and black-plated titanium deployant buckle clasp

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