Dark grey rubber, titanium folding buckle, anthracite PVD coating
Manual winding mechanical, exclusive calibre, 28,800 alternations/hour, 4 Hz, 35 rubies, angled bridges and decorated Côtes de Genève, 65 hours of reserve power
Stainless steel, anthracite PVD coating and satin finish, 48 mm, stainless steel screw-on crown, anthracite PVD coating, screw-on bottom, sapphire glass
Super-LumiNova C7 protected by a glass capillary, anthracite hour counter, Super-LumiNova C7 serrated numerals, anthracite minute counter, green index and numerals, black minute hand with Super-LumiNova C7, seconds wheel, red reserve power hand
Through a very demanding architectural design, HYT gave birth to a timepiece in which the worlds meet, form an alliance and expand. Within a case built in the form of a dome, the exclusive calibre designed by the brand deploys all its mechanical power to push a fluid into a capillary. It transcribes an almost perfect circle that marks the flow of hours, indicated vertically on the case structure. Thus, the H1.0 is exemplified by three-dimensional transparency. From any perspective, the watch offers an architectural approach to the passing of time, the present being projected into the context of the past and the future through liquids.
From the reserve power display to the gear indicating the passage of seconds, time is in perpetual motion. Positive energy emanates from a series of visible tension points, whether from the steep curves of the case or the clear lines of the vent’s extractors. The different shades of grey of the case, dial, movement or watchband are mixed with Super-LumiNova C7 and red details. The black fluid, which conscientiously marks the hours that pass, flows over a layer of green Super-LumiNova, for better visibility at night.