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Hublot Big Bang Steel Zermatt

Hublot Again Pays Tribute To The Matterhorn

Its latest Big Bang celebrates the mythical peak.

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$ 15,100

Ask someone about their ideal Alpine getaway, and they’re as likely to talk about fine dining and shopping on Bahnhofstrasse as carving powder on their way to Chez Vrony. Of course, there’s no wrong way to Alpine, especially right under the Matterhorn’s shadow in Zermatt.

Swiss atelier Hublot’s fourth iteration of the Big Bang Steel Zermatt celebrates the iconic ski town by incorporating a majestic silhouette of the Matterhorn as it appears from Zermatt. It’s a subtle acknowledgment of Zermatt’s duality as an ultra-luxe ski town nestled in the shadow of one of Earth’s most daunting summits. The Matterhorn applique appears on the gray sunray dial beneath the 9 o’clock counter.

Forged from stainless steel for the first time since 2018, the watch’s case also features an open case back that exposes Hublot’s internal HUB4100 chronograph movement. The timepiece also features luminescent hands and a 42-hour power reserve. Measuring 44mm, it’s beefy on the wrist, but its gray leather strap and folding clasp buckle are up to the task. Hublot also includes a white nubuck calf leather strap for snowbound climbs.

The Steel Zermatt is water resistant up to 100m, but it’d be sacrilege to bring one of these examples to the deep when it’s clearly meant to touch the sky. Hublot is limiting the run of this Big Bang Zermatt to 100 pieces; Alpine horologists can snag one for just over $15,000.

For another recent Hublot release, see the Hublot Big Bang Tourbillon Automatic Saxem Yellow Neon.

Hublot Big Bang Steel Zermatt

$ 15,100
  • Case Material: Stainless steel
  • Case Diameter: 44mm
  • Movement: HUB4100 Self-winding Chronograph
  • Water Resistance: 10 ATM