Review: Hublot – Big Bang Alarm Repeater

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Hublot dabbles in decibels with the Big Bang Alarm Repeater, with aural oomph that more than measures up to the collection’s renowned ostentation.

Measuring 45.5mm across, and loaded with dual-time zone and alarm functions, the watch is a departure from the chronographs that dominate the Big Bang range. The collection’s famous open-worked aesthetic looks stunning with the intersecting off-centered sub-dials, according it a futuristic/industrial vibe. Function-wise, the watch is a breeze to use: a pusher at ‘2’ sets the second-time zone while the one at ‘4’ activates the alarm. Everything else is controlled by the crown. Pictured here is the version in titanium case with ceramic bezel.

Alvin Wong


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