The bimetallic bellows constitutes the technical and aesthetic core of the revolutionary HYT 101 movement. Each bellows acts as a reservoir for high-viscosity fluids: one kind of fluorescent green, one kind of transparency. The calibrated circumferential tube connecting the reservoir serves as the hour track, and the visible meniscus between the two fluids serves as the flow hour index or “hour hand”.
In addition, HYT H1 replica is a traditional Swiss regulator and retrograde device. A traditional 60-minute hand is located at 12 o’clock and can track the movement of the meniscus. The dynamic and static turbine display at 9 o’clock provides a constant number of seconds, and at 2:30 a conventional sweep indicator displays a 65-hour power reserve.
The retrograde function of HYT H1 will “jump up” when the fluorescent oil fills the entire 12 hours of the display screen and reaches six o’clock. At this point, the green fluid quickly receded to 360 degrees of the origin on the other side of its six-point index. The entire calibrated hourly track will be cleared, and the green liquid will begin to track the progress of the next 12 hours of the day.
The 49mm HYT H1 titanium watch may be inspired by the classical era, but its size and wrist breath are obviously 21st century. The layered aesthetics ensures that every structural element in the case structure is fully expressed; this is a watch that celebrates the appearance and characteristics of the original machinery. HYT adds a rubber band with suitable end pieces to ensure seamless integration with the side of the case. Its reading is a constant flow of modern materials.
HYT’s ultra-comfortable rubber strap team uses short lugs, a flat back cover and the inherent lightness of titanium alloys to produce excellent ergonomics. H1’s 49mm case seems practical; HYT’s fit is suitable for wrists as small as 5.5 inches in circumference.
In addition, HYT H1 is a real-world watch designed to give you a feeling of confidence and comfort. Has established its ergonomic excellence, but the practicality of the H1 stems from its screw-in crown, 100 meters (330 feet) water resistance and shockproof movement. Although the HYT H1 is similar to a concept watch or a Baselworld prototype, it is designed to withstand the harsh tests of real life on the wrist: in every way it is a serious sports swiss watch.
The manually wound HYT 101 movement is revolutionary in the time marking and incorporates the finest traditions of Swiss mechanical watchmaking. Designed in collaboration with boutique sports expert Chronode and Cal’s Jean-Francois Mojhon. 101 has the expected stripes of Geneva timepieces, set off by mirror-quality glazed materials and compact chassis. Likewise, the moving brushed gears and 28,800 VpH escapement components show strict attention to finishing details.
But the hydraulic system is its highlight, and HYT keeps it visible in the center of the hollow dial and movement. The mechanism takes a full ten years from concept to market, and it is one of the few real breakthroughs in the high-end watch replica industry in the past two decades.
Others rearranged the same regulator hands (Patek, JLC, Chronoswiss, etc.), retrograde (Gerald Genta, Daniel Roth, Vacheron), wandering time (Urwerk, AP) and jumping time (Vianney Halter, AP, Lange, De Bethune) ), only HYT can truly break the shackles of the past, and H1 is a blue sky dream realized in metal, fluid and crystal.