On the surface, the H0 bears all the watchmaking cues we’ve come to expect in a HYT: the complicated dial, offset crown and, of course, the trademark liquid time tube marking elapsed hours. The design is a little more pared back than previous styles however, largely thanks to a unique wraparound crystal that removes the need for a bezel, and lets you read the time from almost any angle. Using an in-house movement, the watch uses its twin bellows to regulate the liquid-controlled hour marker, while two auxiliary dials count off the minutes and seconds, and a third displays the 65 hour power reserve. The H0 comes in three finishes: black, orange, and Brogue’s favourite: a titanium case with a micro-blasted silver dial and blue indicators.
CHF 39’000, hytwatches.com