Though it may have been a few weeks ago, such was the extent of Hublot's 2020 novelties unveiled at LVMH's Dubai Watch Week that it's still got the horological hemisphere talking. For a start, the big talking point was that the Swiss watchmaker's iconic Big Bang was unveiled on an all-new integrated bracelet, and thus, the Hublot Big Bang Integral was born. Available from launch in three different materials *Titanium, Black Ceramic and King Gold the handsome chronograph-equipped timepiece was a big surprise for the collective watch community, as it represents a significant shift from Hublot's quintessential natural rubber strap, which has been a constant since the original Big Bang's release back in 2005. The new Integral sports a well-sized 42mm case that measures a relatively slim 13.45mm thick and features the marque's signature design language. All of the dials are open-worked, which provides a distinctly avant-garde aesthetic, and complements the angularity of the new bracelet. The skeletonised dial also gives wearers the opportunity to admire the in-house manufacture Calibre HUB1280, a self-winding movement that features the aforementioned chronograph complication with column wheel (visible at six o'clock on the dial), 70 hours of power reserve, 43 jewels and an…

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