Mountains, rivers, cliffs and plateaus are all shaped by the nature process, as well as HYT latest H5. As fluid as usual, HYT is looking into the time in a moving and everchanging way. H5 has first landed in HK The Lavish Attic last December and HYT CEO Gregory Dourde are excited to presenting his new concepts.
Erosion refers to the gradual destruction by the natural agents. The 3 dimensional and crystal-clear dome sapphire allows the process to be revealed. Components are placed layer by layer and parts are architecturally crafted to generate the contour lines. At the end of the day, erosion takes decades and centuries and never stop, like how water flows, like how fluid flows in the HYT glass capillary tube. H5 comes in two version, green and black fluid.
The new hand-winding 501 caliber allows 65 hours power reserve. An over-sized, curved lever connects the movement’s collaborating elements. The caliber pushes against a regulating bellow with walls four times thinner than a human hair to launch time’s next twelve-hour journey.
The cut-out numerals with the neoralite external flange comes together to enhance to the Cool Grey 9c Super-LumiNova®. HYT has worked with suppliers for NASA and co-developed its systems with the best in the world in aerospace and other cutting-edge sciences.
During the event CEO Gregory Dourde also presents other signature models: H0, H2.0 and the Soonow.