The HYT H1 Iceberg: fluid hours on your wrist
After having exceeded all the rules about high end watchmaking, by creating the H1 and H2 timepieces, HYT Watches is tuning up its two collections and is launching a series of new models to better highlight what's behind any HYT timepiece.
The boldest outcome of this road map so far is the launch, just a few days ago, of the HYT H1 Iceberg, let's call it the Total White H1, previewed in Basel last march and most probably regarded to as the ultimate H1. Three are the main colors being used on the HYT H1 Iceberg: white, grey and blue. White is the color chosen for indexes, numerals and the rubber strap; grey is the color of the Titanium case which has satin, brushed and shot-peened finish, the latter being a process where a surface is hit by a high speed spherical pellets to give it an esthetically unique appearance.
Grey is the small Palladium minute dial placed at twelve. Blue is clearly the fluid color and completes a package where the concept behind any HYT Watches timepiece, that is hour visualization via a fluid, has never been that clear. The HYT H1 Iceberg will be made in just 50 pieces and will retail for 52.000€.
(Photo credit: courtesy of HYT Watches, Horbiter's proprietary photo shooting)
Federico N. @Horbiter®