Smartwatches may be technically impressive, but nothing seems to be as intricate as the HYT H3. "Inspired by a fluid portrayal of time" the central part of the H3 is reserved for the time display. It has 4 faces arranged along the time display tube, each is graduated with 6 hours, enabling the 24 hours of the day to be displayed. HYT's exclusive movement is pretty breathtaking. A complication is used to rotate the dial on itself, to display the section for the current time. After each 6-hour period, the time display makes a retrograde movement, during this time the dial begins a controlled rotation, enabling the time display to jump semi-instantaneously. When the liquid's retrograde movement is engaged, the calibre will then use the energy that is stored in the watches bellows and provide the force needed for the hour dials movement.
The HYT H3 will be limited to just 25-pieces.