Swiss Hublot followed other LVMH-owned luxury watch manufacturers by introducing a dedicated smartwatch as part of the brand’s timepiece lineup as early as 2018. Even the Big Bang e joins LVMH manufacturers TAG Heuer and Louis Vuitton, which also have their very own smartwatches — all of which use a similar electronics package. Why is the various Google Wear OS-powered devices different are the outside scenarios, personalities, and some of the exceptional watch face software options that come on the respective products. Let’s take a peek at how the Hublot Replica King e shapes up as a smartwatch.
As a smartwatch enthusiast what I like most about the Hublot Big Bang e is your overall design and sporting experience. Smartwatches have come a long way in only a couple of decades, especially in regards to always-on screen brightness and technologies. A few decades ago, it was the norm for smartwatches to have black, blank screens, but now, with more modern technology, no smartwatch ought to have a clean face while it is being worn around the wrist. The result is a more customary wristwatch wearing experience that includes the expressive nature of a situation and strap design — including that of the watch face itself. This is a big deal, in my own opinion.
Why a huge deal? Because it helps the Big Bang e sporting encounter be eerily similar to that of the conventional Big Bang. No, the watches aren’t identical, but for the first time, I am wearing a luxury smartwatch I can often forget is a smartwatch. That means the 42mm-wide instance size (about 13mm thick, ~55mm lug-to-lug distance, and 30 meters water resistant) Big Bang e is more or less the very same measurements as its own mechanical cousin — and both of them sport similar case finishes and materials. In many respects, Hublot Big Bang e wearers really much fit in precisely the same club as conventional Big Bang watch wearers. So, while the Hublot Big Bang e is expensive for a smartwatch, it’s a relative bargain for an Hublot Replica.
Hublot offers a few variations of the Big Bang e, including this titanium-cased model along with blue or black ceramic versions. All of them have sapphire crystals across the bezel and Hublot’s well-designed easy-release strap shifting system. The integration of the colour touchscreen with the sapphire crystal is quite well done, given just how much the dial feels it isn’t at all sunken in but right there on the very top of the screen like it was floating in the sapphire crystal.