HUBLOT Celebrates its Brand Ambassador Bode Miller, the Most Decorated U.S. Olympic Skier



Hublot’s partnership with the American skier Bode Miller has reached new heights with Bode winning a gold, silver and bronze medal in the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. “We couldn’t be more proud of Bode,” says Hublot CEO Jean-Claude Biver. “He has become part of the Hublot family and to see him achieve this historic feat is very emotional.”

The partnership between the watchmaker and Miller began in November 2008 and in December 2009 Hublot debuted the “Bode Bang” limited edition watch designed by Bode together with the Hublot design team.

Miller visited the manufacturer’s facility and was fascinated by the know-how and meticulousness of the watchmakers and he set out to craft his own watch. His meeting with Jean-Claude Biver, the CEO of Hublot, led to an immediate mutual understanding. Both passionate, direct men with an expressive and unconventional manner of speech, they quickly found a host of shared values.

The talented, feisty and determined skier, and the inventive, exceptionally energetic boss both demonstrate great generosity through their involvement in supporting humanitarian causes. The creation of the Bode Bang is the fruit of this bond. Together, they decided to divert some of the watch’s royalties to the Turtle Ridge Foundation, founded by Bode Miller and his family in 2005 ( to support those less fortunate in life, an ambition equally dear to Jean-Claude Biver.

“BODE BANG” Technical Specifications

“Big Bang” diameter 44.5 mm in sandblasted black ceramic

Sandblasted black ceramic with 6 H-shaped steel black PVD screws, sunken, polished and blocked

Sapphire with anti-reflection treatment and Bode Miller’s signature at 9 o’clock

Bezel lug
Black composite resin

Lateral inserts
Black composite resin

Sandblasted black ceramic with sapphire crystal

Steel black PVD, with natural black rubber insert

Steel black PVD, rectangular, with natural black rubber insert

100 m or 10 ATM

White with black nickel applique indices and numerals

Faceted matt black

HUB4100 Mechanical chronograph with automatic winding

Trapezoid aperture at 4.30, white background, shiny black numeral

Power Reserve
42 hours

Adjustable black rubber with clasp in steel black PVD

Steel black PVD

Limited Edition
250 numbered pieces 01/250 – 250/250


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