HYT H1 and H2 watches-what makes them tick? HYT H1 watch. This is a very interesting watch, which is different from most luxury watches. HYT is not a brand widely recognized like Rolex or Breitling.
HYT watches are very different from other luxury watches. Although many other watches work in the same way as “ticks”, the “ticks” of HYT watches are completely different.
At the Baselworld Watch & Jewellery Show, we had the opportunity to learn about HYT and its watches. That started our interest in brands. At first glance at HYT watches, it is clear that these are not your typical luxury watches. At first glance, the original idea might be “hmm?”. I think this may be what HYT is trying to achieve. This watch inspired curiosity and curiosity. Normally, the hands of a watch indicate hours, minutes and seconds. In the middle of the HYT dial is a silver dial with hands for the minutes and a smaller dial for the seconds. But what about time? This is where this watch becomes interesting. Hours and minutes are displayed around the edge of the dial, and liquid flows around the dial. You heard this sound and thought “I think the liquid in the case will corrode the movement of the watch?”. That’s why HYT’s technology and innovation are so amazing.
HYT calls it “hydraulic system.” The mechanical movement at the top of the watch drives the cam, which then pushes the piston, activating the bellows, which is visible on the dial. The bellows is made of an electrodeposited alloy. When the bellows is activated, the liquid is pumped to the outside of the watch to show the correct time.
But how does this work? HYT has been awarded seven patents because they create a liquid that is color correct, waterproof and does not change with vibration or temperature. The liquid was withdrawn from the bellows at 6:00 and was received by another bellows after completing the stroke around the outside of the dial.
This watch is also unique in its structure. The dial has sapphire crystal and is domed at 6 o’clock. The larger sub-dial in the middle displays minutes, while the smaller water-dial dial displays seconds. In addition to the minutes and seconds dial, there is a power reserve indicator at 3 o’clock. This watch is quite large, with a diameter of 48.8 mm and a thickness of 17.9 mm.
HYT H2 is newer and has many of the same features. One of the most obvious differences is the bellows, which are V-shaped instead of up and down. In addition, the dial of the H2 has a temperature indicator and an “H-N-R” crown position indicator. It is the same size as the H1 watch and functions very similarly to the H1.
This is truly an amazing innovative brand. It offers something different from your traditional luxury watch brands, which have been making watches in the same way for a long time. HYT is available in H1, H2 and skull models.