Whether it’s improving on traditional precious metal alloys to improve their performance and aesthetics or conjuring entirely new and groundbreaking composites, the vast world of materials is at the very heart of Hublot’s “Art of Fusion” philosophy.
"Being unique is what gives Hublot its extraordinary strength, through the incredible commitment expressed by every single person who works for the brand."
ART OF FUSION
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Unique and proprietary to Hublot, Magic Gold is the world’s first and only 18karat sratchprrof gold alloy, and the first result of the Hublot manufacture Metallurgy department’s endeavors in creating revolutionary materials.
"If you want something unique and different you have to create it yourself"
Weighing half as much as aluminum yet three times stronger, carbon fiber has the highest weight to strength ratio of any material. With such unique properties, carbon fiber has replaced traditional metals and alloys in a number of applications.
A material that is at the very core of Hublot. Soft, supple and highly resistant to wear and tear is well as being waterproof, rubber is produced naturally and artificially, and the mix of both produces the desired properties for a Hublot strap.
Aluminum A very soft metal.
Carbon Fibre Light as a feather and stronger than steel.
Ceramic A superior hardness and solidity, for the case and the bezel of watches.
King Gold Exclusive colour is even redder than the traditional 5N red gold.
Magic Gold An expert fusion of ceramic and liquid gold.
Palladium It is a soft silvery white metal similar to platinum.
Platinum Platinum is a grey-white transition metal, both dense and malleable.
Stainless Steel A great corrosion resistance.
Tantalum Extremely hard and highly corrosion resistant.
Titanium High corrosion resistance and weight-solidity ratio.
Tungsten Known for its robustness.
Zirconium A high corrosion resistance.
Osmium This is the rarest metal on Earth.
Pure aluminum is a very soft metal; in its industrial version, it is used in alloy with copper, magnesium, zinc, manganese and titanium.