Hublot unveils an entrancing new collaboration with visionary artist Samuel Ross—the Big Bang Tourbillon SR_A. This exquisite limited edition of 50 watches builds upon their previous partnership, maintaining the skeletonized case yet shedding orange hues for monochromatic mystique.
Within the micro-blasted titanium case, a honeycomb skeleton frame creates integrated lugs and a backdrop for the mechanical vista. Gray replaces orange on the tourbillon bridge and crown, harmonizing with the muted metallic palette. The previous model’s vibrant singularity morphs into versatile interchangeability with a trio of straps in black, white and neon green.
The complex skeletonized dial reveals the theater of Hublot’s manual-winding tourbillon movement. The SR_A’s hybrid identity honors tradition through contemporary context, much like Hublot blending classic complications within avant-garde asymmetry.
Three diverse strap colors unlock personalized expressions from the watch’s new neutral canvas. This adaptability contrasts sharply with its predecessor’s immutable orange identity.
Hublot and Samuel Ross poetically extend their creative dialogue, translating bold originality into subdued versatility. Collectors can curate differentiated experiences from a unified framework. Just 50 singular examples of this visionary design exist, each priced at $127,000. Once again, Hublot empowers individuality through contemporary collaboration.