The Big Bang Volcano Series

Case shape
Case material
Steel, High tech
Bracelet strap
Leather, Canvas
Pin buckle
Dial finish
Water resistance
50 m
44.3 x 44.3 mm
11.4 mm
Self-winding mechanical
Power reserve: 80 h, 28800 variations / hours
Hours, Minutes, Seconds
The Big Bang Volcano Series
Launch date
- / 500-pieces limited series
Price incl. VAT
814 CHF

Unique design style, rising above fads

Perpetual vitality 

Movement: Self-developed, hollow and automatic

Agelocer BigBang series of watches, which combines the classic self-developed movement with a modern and innovative watch, is a new upgrade of the brand to enrich its product ranges, representing the spirit of adventure and ambition of the young people. The design inspirations of the BigBang Earth's Core series come from volcano eruptions, the symbols of the vitality of the earth. Under the watchmaking philosophy of creativity first, excellent techniques and precision technology are at the service of design. The case differs from the previous ones as it is made of special carbon fiber and is lighter and more resistant; the dial simulates a volcano eruption, throwing out a lot of hot and orange “lava”. Fine, polished self-developed automatic movement with 80-hour power reserve is equipped. On the multi-level and hollow dial, the 24-hour dial functions as the crater where the "lava" is exposed to release heat when the 24-hour dial rotates. The minute hand dial resembles the apocalyptic scenes resulting from the subsequent cooling and the three minute hands of different lengths are designed to flow in a three-way curve, imitating the process of lava flow, and pointing in turn precisely to the triple minute track in the upper right corner of the dial. The separate small second dial is designed in breathtaking details to show the swirl of lava flowing into the fissures of the volcano. Both in terms of design and technology, the BigBang Earth's Core Series perfectly demonstrates respect for traditional watchmaking handicraft with innovative and modern features, while reminding today's youth to respect and revere nature.