22 Jan 2012

Hublot Big Bang King Power Men’s Watch 707.OM.1138.NR.FMO10 Review

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Written by Laura Rensing

What makes you tic?  It’s no mystery with the Hublot Big Bang King Power Men’s Watch 707.OM.1138.NR.FMO10, as the open skeleton dial reveals the workings of a state-of-the-art Tourbillon mechanism.

Hublot’s watches are among the most innovative in the industry and use a variety of seemingly innocuous materials to create masterpieces.  Instead of relying on flashy designs, the open window of the watch reveals the true beauty of the timepiece—its mechanics.  The skeleton dial reveals the inner workings of the watch which are not only functional, but are fun to watch, as well!

 The Mechanics

Tourbillon watches were created to minimize the errors that can throw your watch off its accuracy through jiggling and jostling.  The carriage of the device encloses the balance, balance spring, and escapement and protects them from the effects of gravity and roughhousing.

 The Materials

Combine the absolute accuracy of the tourbillion with the black zirconium oxide ceramic—a material that is more often found in top-of-the-line racing car brakes than in timepieces—with the durability of a scratch-resistant dial window, a power reserve of up to 120 hours, and water resistance up to 100 meters/330 feet, this watch is as tough as diamonds and will last twice as long.  The Nomex strap is flame-resistant—the same material used in a firefighter’s suit.  This watch is perfect for the heavy duty man who needs a timepiece that survive as much as he can.

Feature Summary

  • 18K King gold
  • Black ceramic
  • Chronograph function
  • Tourbillon movement
  • 120 hours power reserve
  • Nomex strap
  • Water resistant to 100 meters/330 feet
  • Scratch-resistant sapphire dial window

ConsThe 707.ZM.1123.NR.FMO10 provides a less flashy, less expensive alternative.

  • The Skeleton Dial is fun to look at—but it can also be a bit much when on the eyes.  The chronograph mixed in with the visible Tourbillon device may hamper a wearer’s readability.

If you are not a fan of the gold and black coloring scheme, you can opt for the black and silver version, the 707.ZM.1123.NR.FMO10.  With all of the features with a slightly lower price tag (The gold version is listed at about $241,000.00 while the silver style comes out to $219,000.00).

Hublot seems to make it its goal to make functionality fashionable.  Their innovative watches combine the tools necessary for a working man with the flawless mechanics of the past tweaked for the 21st century.  The bold design of the Hublot Big Bang King Power men’s watch 707.OM.1138.NR.FMO10 speaking for itself providing durability, function, comfort, and accuracy all in one comprehensive piece.


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