This is an indistinguishable from new Hublot Big Bang Aero Bang Black Magic. The 44mm modular case is built from matte black zirconium oxide ceramic, known to be one of the toughest case materials in watchmaking. The dial has been strategically skeletonized to show off the mechnical automatic chronograph, but still maintains legibility thanks to the clear layout and luminous markers/hands. This ceramic case shows no signs of wear, and will continue look amazing for its next owner thanks to the hardness and scratch resistance of the material. It is finished with a black gummy alligator strap with red contrast stitching, which is an alligator skin sewn onto a rubber back, and black deployant clasp. This watch is also complete with its original box, hang tag and international warranty card.
The Big Bang debuted in 2005, and is single handedly responsible for the rebirth of the brand. The Aero Bang was introduced along side the evolution models to expand the collection further. The major difference between the Aero and a standard Big Bang is the skeletonized dial. It cutaway the portions of the dial that were not necessary for the reading of the time, date, or chronograph and doing so in such a way that the results are beautiful. It was also around this time that the Gummy Alligator strap was being introduced. This strap has two variants: an alligator skin stitched on to a rubber back or that same strap with the alligator treated with a rubber coating to allow some degree of water resistance. The main way to tell is the finish of the skin, if it is matte: it has been treated.