With its latest H0 timepiece, HYT showcases the bare essentials of time’s transience in a watch that is as grounded as it is elevated. Fluidity is the language of the design’s appearance and message. This is translated clearly through sleek lines and shaping, subtly punctuated by splashes of color and underlying utilitarian confidence. The new H0 model’s take on transience and transparency has two variations. In one of these, a khaki dial and rubber strap stylishly camouflage the DLC anthracite coating of the stainless steel case. Red and pale green complete the color palette, with the former taking on the essential task of visualizing recently elapsed hours. A slate grey version, with a slight hint of blue, embraces a serene black case and bright accents on the dial for accessible timekeeping. Ebony-colored liquid shows the now morphing into memories before our very eyes.
The case of the H0 Origin really limits the use of metal and maximizes the size and shape of the sapphire crystal. The watch measures 48.8 mm in diameter and 17.9 mm in thickness. While the black version features a black DLC titanium case with brushed, micro-blasted and satin-finished finishes, the silver and orange models are fitted with a titanium case. The H0 Khaki features red fluid and a DLC Anthracite coated case, while the Grey features black fluid and DLC coated black case. Both watches are powered by the manual wound HYT calibre with 35 jewels. The movement beats at a frequency of 28,800 to provide a power reserve of 65 hours. This amazing movement with HYT’s exclusive patented micro-fluidic module includes two multi-layer metal bellows, capillary tube in medical grade glass with interior nano-coating, two immiscible liquids —one transparent and the other colored with a highly resistant dye—, thermal compensator with dedicated bellows containing a special liquid and ceramic fluid restrictors. Bright superluminova enhances these two new models.
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