Limited to only 1,000 pieces, this new watch enables soccer fans to keep pace with the competition by wearing their very own virtual stadium on their wrist
For the upcoming UEFA Euro 2020 tournament, which has been postponed for a year as a result of the pandemic and will be held in June, Hublot introduces its latest creation, the Big Bang e UEFA Euro 2020 connected watch. Visually, the bezel on this Big Bang e watch sports the colors of the flags of the 12 nations initially planned to host. On top of that, the watch also features the attributes of the brand’s iconic Big Bang model. On the software side, the watch runs Wear OS by Google , which has been adapted and perfected to meet Hublot’s requirements—notably via an app specially dedicated to soccer which enables users to follow the competition in real time.
On the back, the satin-finished titanium case-back is engraved with an inscription that reads “Limited Edition 1000 Pieces,” while the sapphire crystal is also engraved with the UEFA Euro 2020 logo.
Up front, the sapphire crystal ensures that the AMOLED high definition touchscreen is easy to use while, just like a mechanical watch, the push-button on the rotary crown is used to activate its functions.
In addition to following the timing of the matches with timekeeping, half-time, extra time and the end of the match, the Big Bang e also notifies the wearer of cards awarded, player substitutions, penalties and goals. There is also the option to view information on the team line-ups, the players’ rankings and their position on the field.
More importantly, Hublot will also be equipping all the referees officiating during the tournament with special Big Bang e Referee watches. This special version will help the refereeing body to manage timekeeping of the matches and any extra time. The watches will even have direct connection to Goal-line technology and the famous VAR video control system.
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