At 45mm (actually 45.5mm) wide, the Hublot Big Bang UNICO is certainly smaller than the King Power, but it isn't a large watch. With that said, it wears extremely comfortably. One reason for this is that it is designed not to slide around on your wrist. The particular case and clasp design create a "sandwich" effect where pressure to hold the watch in place comes from the top and bottom of your wrist even if there is excess space on the side. Thus, despite the large size of the case it is designed such that it is meant to fit well on even medium-to-smaller wrists. This particular reference 411.CI.1190.LR.ABO14 model comes in a black ceramic case which is given at least two finishes from polished to matte. It is paired with black screws and other case construction elements. This particular kind of all-black look means a lot to me, but it was Hublot that really helped popularize the all-black watch look that started to be a thing about 10 years ago. I was never a fan of most totally all-black watches but appreciated how a range of muted black colors made complex cases appear very interesting. That mixed with a legible dial is right up my alley.