HYT Watch – Mission Hastroid “Green Nebula”

As expected on November 24, 2021, HYT fake Watches is back with a comeback with the Mission Hastroid, their latest creation to tell time using a mechanical-fluid hybrid technology.

Measuring 48mm x 13.3mm, the Mission Hastroid features a black-coated titanium and carbon fiber case with a satin finish and a skeletonized mid-layer case. Its black titanium and green-painted screw-down crown help make the watch water-resistant to 50 meters/165 feet.

The domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating provides a clear view of the dial, the key elements of which are the fluid system with two central “bellows” reservoirs and capillaries surrounding the dial. luxury swiss watch

The green liquid indicates the retrograde hours, while the central black matte hand indicates the minutes. The small seconds and power reserve are indicated between 9 and 10 o’clock and between 2 and 3 o’clock, respectively.

Two flexible reservoirs at six o’clock are attached to each end of the capillary. When the first compresses, the second expands, and vice versa, causing the liquid in the capillary to move.

The repulsive force of the molecules in each liquid keeps them apart, marking the boundary between the two with a meniscus. When the flow of fluid reaches the 6 o’clock direction, the two fluids return to their original positions. At 6 o’clock, the fluidic module is disconnected from the mechanical part and undergoes a self-regulating retrograde movement to find its initial position. After reconnecting to the mechanical part, it starts up again for 12 hours.

A thermal compensator inside one of the two bellows counteracts the expansion of the fluid due to temperature changes.

Four versions of the Mission Hastroid will be made, each limited to 27 pieces. Nicknamed the “Green Nebula”, the first watch was named after the green-hued time indicator and fluid, as well as the rubber and embossed Alcantara strap.

The hand-wound mechanical movement, Calibre 501 CM, operates at a frequency of 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations per hour) and has an automatic running time of 72 hours.