This is not the first time Hublot has created such and expensive timepiece. The first, the One Million Dollar Big Bang, was introduced in 2007 and received the 'Prix du Design' award in the category Jewelry watch. This time, instead of 493 Top Wesselton baguette diamonds, the Caviar features over five hundred extremely rare black diamonds, which have an impressive total weight of 34.5 carats. The Hublot Black Caviar Bang Million Dollar Watch took more than 2000 hours to create and is intended to be a unique creation with only one ever to be produced.

The case is crafted from 18 karat white gold and is set with 322 diamonds which account for many of the over 500 rare black diamonds use on the timepiece. The bezel has an additional 179 diamonds, and 13 diamonds have been placed on the crown. The white gold clasp is set with another 30 diamonds. The diamond dial features hour and minute display with rhodium-plated diamond polished skeleton hands, as well as a power reserve indicator formed from diamonds. The exquisite tourbillon movement is visible at the bottom of the dial. The dial is protected by a sapphire crystal with interior anti-reflection treatment. The watch is powered by the manually wound HUB Solo T tourbillon movement, which is comprised of 148 components and has a 120-hour power-reserve. The Caviar Bang is set on the classic Hublot natural black rubber strap.

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