One Million Dollar Watch – Hublot Black Caviar and the Exclusive Big Bang

I guess some people think time is really valuable. The renowned watch maker, Hublot, has already earned itself a name with the Exclusive Big Bang (see below) . This time, it's the Hublot Black Caviar Bang, a new entrant to the million dollar watch club. Carrying the legacy forth, the Caviar Bang comes festooned with a 18k white gold case and clasp with hundreds of precision cut black diamonds, totaling to 34.5 total carats. There are 322 diamonds on the case, 179 on the bezel, and 30 on the clasp. The one million dollar watch has only one visible feature, which is the black and deep tones of the diamonds, shining in their harmonious alignment. Valued at $1 million, the Hublot Black Caviar Bang is a limited edition run of only one piece. The Exclusive Big Bang, below, won the Best Design Prize in the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix 2005. It already sold for $1 million bucks and boasts a fully invisible setting that makes the material disappear and the only thing revealed are the diamonds. The strap of the Big Bang comes adorned with famous Hublot vulcanized rubber while the clasp is bejeweled with diamonds.

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