What Makes Hublot Special?

Hublot is a luxury watchmaker from Switzerland. It is commonly known for its stylish black ceramic wristwatches, as well as for state-of-the-art stainless steel, titanium, magnesium and gold ones.

History of Hublot

Hublot was established in 1980 by the Italian Carlo Crocco. Even though it is one of the youngest brands on the market, it sky-rocketed towards the top manufacturers in a record time. Crocco had previously worked for a watch manufacturer called Binda Group but left in 1976 and moved to Switzerland. He created the first watch with a strap made entirely out of natural rubber then moved on to designing several other luxury watches. In 2004, Crocco made Jean-Claude CEO of the company, due to his wish to focus on charity and designing watches rather than busying himself with overseeing the business. Hublot watches come with price tags between $10,000 and $50,000.

Rarity & Exclusivity of Hublot

A Hublot watch is a fairly fantastic combination of innovative design and traditional movements. Ever since it first appeared, the brand went through huge marketing mobilizations and presented itself as a luxury watchmaker. On top of that, Hublot makes watches out of materials that other brands do not. These include: ceramic (various colors), carbon fiber, sapphire (yes, you read that right, check out the Big Bang Unico), tungsten, tantalum and others. Innovation is what Hublot excels at and, if the trend keeps going, it will become a go-to for thousands of people across the world. All the reasons to do so are already there.