Over the years, Hublot has produced timepieces that have featured an array of rare or unique materials not often seen in watch making, such as tungsten or magnesium, and developed their own materials and alloys such as King Gold and Magic Gold. The pursuit of new and unique materials for horology is really the search for emotion and exclusivity. As one of the ultimate lifestyle brands, Cheap Hublot Replica wanted to do something special and very difficult for the 10th anniversary of the Big Bang.
Hublot admits that while even depleted uranium is still radioactive, it is not nearly as dangerous as Uranium U-238 or U-235. In fact, Uranium D-38 even has some civilian uses. Of course, uranium D-38 is also used for a lot of military applications. In addition to being used as radioactive shielding material, the extreme density of D-38 makes it a prime material for ballistic ordnance as well as armor plating. Hublot Replica Watches says that “wearing this stuff is like wearing a shield of armor on your wrist!”
Hublot decided to base the Hublot Big Bang Atomic D-38 Replica on their new 45mm wide updated Big Bang case and develop a unique complication particularly well-suited to the watch’s radioactive properties. Hublot understands, and even suggests that customers who order an Atomic D-38 not wear it all the time. In fact, like a fine aged spirit, only a small amount should be enjoyed at a time.
There is something very macho about flirting with danger. Sure, radioactivity can cause an array of harmful cellular damage, but so can smoking and people still do that. The science is unclear as to just how unsafe depleted uranium is, and Hublot doesn’t suggest wearing it full time. In fact, if you really need a watch to wear with a radioactive protection suit, this would be it. Having said that, Hublot Replica has been advised that under certain circumstances deleted uranium may be possible to wear on one’s wrist and the nature of the timepiece’s particular complications is dedicated to measuring that time.