Ever since its unveiling way back in 2005 at Baselworld, Hublot's Big Bang has been not only an inimitable collection of timepieces but also a provocateur in the horological landscape that has challenged the notion of what a timepiece can and should be. As we're sure many of you will already know, the Big Bang is the brainchild of a true doyen of the watchmaking world, Mr Jean-Claude Biver. Mr Biver, who came onboard with Hublot in 2004, was tasked with reinvigorating the brand and taking it to the next level. His answer was the Big Bang. Its distinctive portal-shaped case, paired with Carlo Crocco's signature natural rubber strap, marked it out as a distinctly different timepiece compared to its contemporary rivals and, to this day, you can still spot a Big Bang on the wrist from miles away it's that iconic. And here are three of our favourite iterations: Hublot Big Bang Tourbillon Power Reserve 5 Days Blue Sapphire This watch perfectly sums up what Hublot is all about technical and material innovation that's at the very forefront of the industry. You see, not only is the Big Bang Tourbillon Power Reserve 5 Days Blue hewn from…

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