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Discussion in 'Hublot Replicas' started by jj69, Jan 22, 2009.
Thanks for a very interesting thread. Even for someone who is not primary interested in HBBs
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this was such a good and informative read. thank you
I am a bit confused.
Am i correct to say that V1 is still better than v6 in overall except for the decorations?
Is the BB King Power F1 PVD/Blue below considered a V6, V6.5, or neither? I am looking for one and have looked for reviews although I havent been able to find any. Does anyone have first hand experience with this watch? Maybe I searched the wrong acronyms and cant find them? Thanks in advance.
Thanks a lot for the info
Hi guys sorry if someone's already answered this, but does anyone know if they will be making another Big Bang replica, I understand the most recent rep is v6.5
Wow, great guide. Happy I just joined this communnity. Have been collecting HBB low end reps, but will change that soon, I hope
Great guide! I really hope that v6.5 Hubs correct engraving of 4104 cmon you guys 4100, maybe im missing a real reason for them to take all details in consideration and miss that
Is V6'5 the best HBB make ever?
V6 factory. Yes.
I agree with i just joined and already getting lots of knowledge.
Awesome write up! I have the hublot big bang v6.5 SS and love it. Add a few pictures here and your write up is perfect.
Awesome, I just spent hours reading up on Hublot because of this thread. Will look to pick up a good HBB rep...and since this is V6 Factory that means most of the TDs will have access to them right?
You got it!
Gentlemen, how do you all think this one is? I'm thinking about pulling the trigger on it...
Just went in and inspected a gen yesterday, then next best thing I could do compared to having them side by side. This one looks really good to me...thoughts? Quality??
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Great writeup! Seriously considering an V6.5 in ss
New to the Forum and studying as much as I can. Thank you for the great wealth of information!
If this isn’t a marketing case study, it should be. Born in 1980 with no provenance, Hublot put the ‘whore’ in horology. The brand spent the better part of three decades in obscurity, until Jean Claude Biver took the reins in 2004. He brought in a new designer, increased the prices to shift the perception of the brand, and focused almost entirely on product placement and celebrity endorsements. As a result, turnover has grown more than ten-fold over the last decade. In other words, the world is full of idiots and Eurotrash bankers.