As we previously reported, HYT is making another bold statement at Baselworld with the release of the H2. Of special note: hydromechanics power both the hour hand and minute hands, and there's a fluid temperature indicator that runs around the bezel.
The manually-wound movement is housed in a black DLC-coated titanium case, which is huge at 48.8 mm in diameter and a height of 17.9 mm. The dial also features an unusual power reserve indicator which is evocative of an exposed spring.
This high-concept watch will be limited to 50 pieces but bring your wallet. The H2 is rumored to go as much as $100,000.
Specs in brief:
- Screw-down dynamometric crown sheathed in rubber
- Screwed down sapphire back with complete transparency into inner workings
- Crown position indicator (H-N-R)
- Manual-wind movement with 28 jewels
- Titanium bridges with micro-blasted Black PVD and titanium satin finished accents
- 192 hour (8 day) power reserve
- Rubberized anthracite alligator strap with black DLC titanium pin buckle
- Black DLC-coated titanium case