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Hublot Big Bang Unico All Black Schloss Schauenstein

Hublot teams up with award-winning chef Andreas Caminada to cook up a haute cuisine-inspired Big Bang Unico.


Just like watchmaking, gastronomy demands precision and excellence, aiming to evoke emotions through craftsmanship. Hublot, known for its prestigious timepieces, has enlisted renowned chefs like Yannick Alléno, Anne-Sophie Pic, Clare Smyth, and Andreas Caminada as brand ambassadors. Caminada, with 19 Gault & Millau points and 3 Michelin stars, practices his culinary art at Schauenstein Castle in Switzerland. Since 2017, he has partnered with Hublot, and now their collaboration reaches new heights with the Big Bang Unico All Black Schloss Schauenstein.


This celebratory timepiece boasts an all-black design, featuring a 42mm micro-blasted ceramic case and a satin-finished black-plated titanium bezel with black rubber inserts. The matte black openworked dial reveals the Andreas Caminada logo on the small seconds register.

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Powered by the automatic HUB1280 Unico 2 calibre, this in-house chronograph showcases its column wheel and date disc on the dial side. The movement operates at 28,800 vibrations/hour with a 72-hour power reserve, visible through the exhibition caseback, which features the outline of the castle and the caption "20 JAHRE SCHLOSS SCHAUENSTEIN."


Limited to just 20 pieces, the Big Bang Unico All Black Schloss Schauenstein comes with a rubber strap secured by a ceramic/titanium folding buckle, allowing for easy strap interchangeability. Each piece is delivered in a special box with a booklet signed by Andrea Caminada, a custom-engraved knife, and a knife block.

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Additionally, a unique timepiece featuring the Uccellin Foundation logo will be auctioned for charity during the AC Masters event on June 11, 2024.

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