Hublot Spirit of Big Bang 601.CI.0173.RX Black Ceramic Rubber Automatic Skeleton Men's Watch Hublot big bang steel ceramic

Brand New Watch. Own this beautiful Hublot Spirit of Big Bang watch and enjoy the Black Ceramic Case, Skeleton Dial and Black Rubber Strap. Watch has a chronograph and date display. Watch is brand new and works flawlessly. Watch does come with box and papers. Wear it in great health
  • Specification
  • Reviews
  • Description
  • Return
  • Shipping
  • Warranty

Additional Information

Model Number 601.CI.0173.RX
Brand Hublot
Model Spirit of Big Bang
Condition Brand New
Case Material Black Ceramic
Bracelet Material Black Rubber
Dial Skeleton
Movement Automatic
Movement Details Calibre HUB4700
Box/ Papers Yes/Yes
Case Size 45mm
Brand N/A
Country N/A
Age Group N/A
Band Color N/A
Band Material N/A
Band Type N/A
Box/Papers N/A
Case Color N/A
Case Finish N/A
Case Material N/A
Case Size N/A
Condition Not Specified
Condition Description N/A
Display N/A
Face Color N/A
Features N/A
Gender N/A
Lug Width N/A
Movement N/A
Number of Jewels N/A
Style N/A
Watch Shape N/A
Water Resistance N/A
Water Resistance Rating N/A
Year of Manufacture N/A
  1. Be the first to review this product

Write Your Own Review

mehwzobt. longines Grianchloch
Brand New Watch. Own this beautiful Hublot Spirit of Big Bang watch and enjoy the Black Ceramic Case, Skeleton Dial and Black Rubber Strap. Watch has a chronograph and date display. Watch is brand new and works flawlessly. Watch does come with box and papers. Wear it in great health

This is custom tab. You can edit this text by editing "product_return" Static Block.

This is custom tab. You can edit this text by editing "product_shipping" Static Block.

This is custom tab. You can edit this text by editing "product_warranty" Static Block.

powered by BirdEye

Hublot big bang steel ceramic

praghas speedmaster omega
gebruikte omega horloges
seamaster horloge
omega speedmaster macasamhail
preço roadster cartier
Bonanza Top
Click to scroll up
Click to scroll down


Thread: Hublot Big Bang Steel/Ceramic vs Omega PO 8500 and GS SBGA061

  • Thread Tools
    • Show Printable Version
    • Subscribe to this Thread…
  • Display
    • Switch to Hybrid Mode
    • Switch to Threaded Mode
  1. #1
    ryanb741
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    ryanb741 is offline
    Master
    Join Date
    Jun 2008
    Location
    London
    Posts
    4,550

    Hublot Big Bang Steel/Ceramic vs Omega PO 8500 and GS SBGA061

    Guys

    I have the option of trading in my Omega PO 8500 and my Grand Seiko SBGR061 to get a Hublot Big Bang Steel/Ceramic ref 301.SB.131.RX. Straight swap.

    Really like the Hublot but not sure if it's a versatile as having 2 very different watches.

    What option would you go for?
    Last edited by ryanb741; 6th August 2012 at 10:56.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  2. #2
    ghosty
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    ghosty is offline
    Master ghosty's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2008
    Location
    Sunny London
    Posts
    2,611
    get it for sure!!
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  3. #3
    Captainhowdy
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    Captainhowdy is offline
    Banned
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    Location
    OVER MACHO GRANDE
    Posts
    12,137
    I also hope to shortly be selling my PO8500, but I'm looking to replace it will something equally robust, and I not sure a Hublot fits the bill.

    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  4. #4
    cirotti
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    cirotti is offline
    Craftsman cirotti's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2011
    Location
    London
    Posts
    790
    I'd personally keep the two.....
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  5. #5
    robcat
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    robcat is offline
    Master
    Join Date
    Sep 2011
    Posts
    4,389
    It's a bit of an apples-and-oranges comparison since all three are such different watches. Although I like the Hublot, I'm not sure I'd give up both the others for one - especially since the PO 8500 and GS are more horologically interesting IMO. Plus I've never had any of the three - if I'd have scratched the itch on any of them before I might feel differently (which is the problem with any of these sort of comparisons).
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  6. #6
    Mr Yeth
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    Mr Yeth is offline
    Journeyman
    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    Posts
    132
    Quote Originally Posted by robcat View Post
    It's a bit of an apples-and-oranges comparison since all three are such different watches. Although I like the Hublot, I'm not sure I'd give up both the others for one - especially since the PO 8500 and GS are more horologically interesting IMO. Plus I've never had any of the three - if I'd have scratched the itch on any of them before I might feel differently (which is the problem with any of these sort of comparisons).
    agreed as they are two different types of watches. Personally I'd rather have two watches for different occasions than one one watch for one occasion.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  7. #7
    Daddelvirks
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    Daddelvirks is offline
    Grand Master Daddelvirks's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    Location
    Leiden- Netherlands
    Posts
    21,355
    Blog Entries
    1

    Unless

    you are a footballer of sorts, keep the other two.
    They are the better pieces for a real WIS.

    Daddel.
    Got a new watch, divers watch it is, had to drown the bastard to get it!
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  8. #8
    sn8k
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    sn8k is offline
    Craftsman
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Location
    Budapest, Hungary, Earth
    Posts
    508
    I'd keep the PO and the GS.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  9. #9
    Jase0851
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    Jase0851 is offline
    Craftsman
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    Location
    UK
    Posts
    338
    I would keep the PO, wouldn't part with mine, it's an excellent all rounder
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  10. #10
    SSK007
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    SSK007 is offline
    Master SSK007's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Lancashire UK / Northwest
    Posts
    3,553

    >>

    I think i would go hublot!
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  11. #11
    Soom
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    Soom is offline
    Craftsman
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Location
    Estonia
    Posts
    504
    Personally I would prefer Hublot as I just like how it looks.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  12. #12
    leechaz
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    leechaz is online now
    Craftsman
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Location
    Essex
    Posts
    451
    + 1 for the Hublot .
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  13. #13
    Murdoc
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    Murdoc is offline
    Craftsman Murdoc's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Location
    England
    Posts
    688
    I wouldn't swap either the Omega or the Seiko for a Hublot. The Hublot is a boring watch with a boring movement. Both the Omega and Seiko are far more interesting.

    It's possible for a fake costing a few hundred to be so similar to the real thing that even Hublot ADs struggle to tell the difference. As far as I can tell Hublots aren't worth a fraction of the asking price.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  14. #14
    Inq24
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    Inq24 is offline
    Craftsman Inq24's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    EU
    Posts
    438
    I wouldn't do it. I find the Hublot looking like too much like a fashion watch that would get boring after a while.

    The prospect of trading two watches for one with an inferior movement doesn't attract me either.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  15. #15
    jmarchitect
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    jmarchitect is offline
    Master
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Posts
    1,603
    I too vote for you to retain the Omega and GS. Why on earth anyone would willingly disfigure themselves and strap on a Hublot is beyond me.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  16. #16
    Chris_in_the_UK
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    Chris_in_the_UK is offline
    Grand Master Chris_in_the_UK's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2004
    Location
    Harrogate, UK
    Posts
    31,654
    Go for the Hublot - a nice change and not often seen.
    When you look long into an abyss, the abyss looks long into you.........
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  17. #17
    Snipe
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    Snipe is offline
    Craftsman Snipe's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Posts
    372
    Another vote for the status quo - keep the PO and the GS. I really don't see the attraction of Hublot.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  18. #18
    VDG
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    VDG is offline
    Grand Master VDG's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
    Location
    LDN
    Posts
    14,215
    I'm actually asking a similar question myself.. I say get the Hublot or ROO :blackeye: :grin:
    AVDACES FORTVNA IVVAT
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  19. #19
    rmclachlan
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    rmclachlan is offline
    Craftsman
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    Location
    Glasgow, UK
    Posts
    368
    The Hublots are not popular with some sections of the WIS community, however it is a range I have a lot of time for. Amazing how they can get so many variations on a simple concept, a bit like Panerai. I say go for it.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  20. #20
    TheDude
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    TheDude is offline
    Banned
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Posts
    1,422
    Quote Originally Posted by rmclachlan View Post
    The Hublots are not popular with some sections of the WIS community, however it is a range I have a lot of time for. Amazing how they can get so many variations on a simple concept, a bit like Panerai. I say go for it.
    It's the section I'm in. Paying a few hundred quid for a watch with an ETA movement is good value. Paying Patek Philippe money for a watch with an ETA movement is not good value.

    If you absolutely must have one, negotiate an enormous discount, or go s/h.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  21. #21
    darrenw
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    darrenw is offline
    Master darrenw's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Location
    Portsmouth, UK
    Posts
    2,720
    The fact that I suspect most would say no, would be the reason that you should - after all, every fecker has a PO (no offence to anyone, but I like to be different). Ok, so the GS is different, but I'm not into dressier watches, so it's an easy call for me.

    And I'm bored with VFM arguments as no watches above a few hundred quid are so it becomes an irrelevance (these are luxury items, so the normal rules of commerce don't really apply) - it simply comes down to - do you like it, can you afford it and will you take a complete bath if you decide to sell. On the latter, just make sure you buy right.

    I traded out 4 to get mine and don't regret it one bit.

    And no one I know has any idea as to what it cost (as I don't hang around with any WIS or footballers!) so it's actually very under the radar, unlike most Rolex.

    Mine's the 301.SM.1770.RX model...






    You only live once - if your heart says yes then go for it.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  22. #22
    andrew
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    andrew is offline
    Grand Master
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Location
    Mostly Germany
    Posts
    17,392
    Personally, I would. That's about the simplest Hub.ot and it looks really good. The Omega and GS are for internet watch bores - try something with a little character instead.
    ...but what do I know; I don't even like watches!
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  23. #23
    tiny73
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    tiny73 is offline
    Master tiny73's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Back in Blighty
    Posts
    2,439
    Hublot every time for me. It's something different and for me was a grail (only was because I tried a 44mm on and it buried me but maybe the 41mm might be worth a try if ever get the opportunity). I've had the PO, great watch and was genuinely sorry to see it go. I've had JLC and Omega dress watches that were too smart for me so the Hublot ticks all my boxes.

    And whats the worst that can happen? You don;t like it, you sell it or trade it on here and you get what you want.

    Do it
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  24. #24
    J-OL
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    J-OL is offline
    Journeyman
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    Location
    West Sweden
    Posts
    141

    ask yourself how long will the last love for Hublot last

    also, if you are a mega flipper person and will part of whatever you choose in a couple of months anyway, then I might go for the Hublot (and sell the GS to me :-) - sort of give it a try...

    but I voted keep the PO and GS - two great watches, complimenting each other nicely.
    But then I am partial, having the PO (old version) and SBGA011 snowflake :-)
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  25. #25
    gladders
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • Visit Homepage
    • View Articles
    gladders is offline
    Master
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Location
    Cockfosters & Cupertino
    Posts
    2,067
    Quote Originally Posted by darrenw View Post
    The fact that I suspect most would say no, would be the reason that you should - after all, every fecker has a PO (no offence to anyone, but I like to be different). Ok, so the GS is different, but I'm not into dressier watches, so it's an easy call for me.

    And I'm bored with VFM arguments as no watches above a few hundred quid are so it becomes an irrelevance (these are luxury items, so the normal rules of commerce don't really apply) - it simply comes down to - do you like it, can you afford it and will you take a complete bath if you decide to sell. On the latter, just make sure you buy right.
    Totally agree. Every monkey and his dog has a Planet Ocean and as nice as they are, I prefer something a little different.

    Simon
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  26. #26
    gorrie
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    gorrie is offline
    Master
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    Location
    Livingston
    Posts
    1,207
    Really depends on what else you've got in the box. I wouldn't think twice about moving the PO on for the Hublot, so if you've got another nice dress watch to replace the GS, go for it.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  27. #27
    Top Cat
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    Top Cat is offline
    Master Top Cat's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Location
    Reading
    Posts
    1,519
    If you are getting the Hublot for a good price and decent trade in on the PO and GS then you should go for it. If you end up not liking it as much as you thought, sell it. It's not as if the PO or GS are hard to replace so you can always buy them back again later.

    What's to lose?
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  28. #28
    PWatch
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    PWatch is offline
    Craftsman
    Join Date
    Jun 2012
    Location
    North West UK
    Posts
    655
    Blog Entries
    1
    I say go for it and get something you don't see every day
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  29. #29
    andythebrave
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    andythebrave is offline
    Journeyman
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Location
    Lidlington, Beds
    Posts
    166
    I wouldn't cry over losing the PO - no offence intended but it does absolutely nothing other than remind me of an over fancy dive watch that never sees water. The GS would be a great loss but could always be replaced at some point. So, Hublot it is, how many of those do you see at the Merchant *ankers Arms?
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  30. #30
    spud
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts


n class="postcontrols"> Reply With Quote Reply With Quote
  • #19
    rmclachlan
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    rmclachlan is offline
    Craftsman
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    Location
    Glasgow, UK
    Posts
    368
    The Hublots are not popular with some sections of the WIS community, however it is a range I have a lot of time for. Amazing how they can get so many variations on a simple concept, a bit like Panerai. I say go for it.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  • #20
    TheDude
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    Banned
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Posts
    1,422
    Quote Originally Posted by rmclachlan View Post
    The Hublots are not popular with some sections of the WIS community, however it is a range I have a lot of time for. Amazing how they can get so many variations on a simple concept, a bit like Panerai. I say go for it.
    It's the section I'm in. Paying a few hundred quid for a watch with an ETA movement is good value. Paying Patek Philippe money for a watch with an ETA movement is not good value.

    If you absolutely must have one, negotiate an enormous discount, or go s/h.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  • #21
    darrenw
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    darrenw is offline
    Master darrenw's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Location
    Portsmouth, UK
    Posts
    2,720
    The fact that I suspect most would say no, would be the reason that you should - after all, every fecker has a PO (no offence to anyone, but I like to be different). Ok, so the GS is different, but I'm not into dressier watches, so it's an easy call for me.

    And I'm bored with VFM arguments as no watches above a few hundred quid are so it becomes an irrelevance (these are luxury items, so the normal rules of commerce don't really apply) - it simply comes down to - do you like it, can you afford it and will you take a complete bath if you decide to sell. On the latter, just make sure you buy right.

    I traded out 4 to get mine and don't regret it one bit.

    And no one I know has any idea as to what it cost (as I don't hang around with any WIS or footballers!) so it's actually very under the radar, unlike most Rolex.

    Mine's the 301.SM.1770.RX model...






    You only live once - if your heart says yes then go for it.
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  • #22
    andrew
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    andrew is offline
    Grand Master
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Location
    Mostly Germany
    Posts
    17,392
    Personally, I would. That's about the simplest Hub.ot and it looks really good. The Omega and GS are for internet watch bores - try something with a little character instead.
    ...but what do I know; I don't even like watches!
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  • #23
    tiny73
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    tiny73 is offline
    Master tiny73's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Back in Blighty
    Posts
    2,439
    Hublot every time for me. It's something different and for me was a grail (only was because I tried a 44mm on and it buried me but maybe the 41mm might be worth a try if ever get the opportunity). I've had the PO, great watch and was genuinely sorry to see it go. I've had JLC and Omega dress watches that were too smart for me so the Hublot ticks all my boxes.

    And whats the worst that can happen? You don;t like it, you sell it or trade it on here and you get what you want.

    Do it
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  • #24
    J-OL
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • View Articles
    J-OL is offline
    Journeyman
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    Location
    West Sweden
    Posts
    141

    ask yourself how long will the last love for Hublot last

    also, if you are a mega flipper person and will part of whatever you choose in a couple of months anyway, then I might go for the Hublot (and sell the GS to me :-) - sort of give it a try...

    but I voted keep the PO and GS - two great watches, complimenting each other nicely.
    But then I am partial, having the PO (old version) and SBGA011 snowflake :-)
    Reply With Quote Reply With Quote

  • #25
    gladders
    • View Profile
    • View Forum Posts
    • View Blog Entries
    • Visit Homepage
    • View Articles
    gladders is offline
    Master