A mechanical wristwatch in which a fluid tells time: HYT is still the first and only brand that has accomplished this. While a major achievement, they didn’t rest on their laurels but continued to innovate. With the new H2O, with its black DLC-coated case, they put their liquid technology even more on the forefront.

Underneath the box domed sapphire crystal, which has an anti-reflective coating, you can admire the mechanical parts that make it all happen. Especially in combination with the contrast of the red or blue fluid, in relation to the black case, this makes the H2O a very expressive watch. HYT also color-coordinated the hands and hour markers, creating an integrated concept that looks impressive from any angle you look at it.

It is however not only the looks that make this watch a true power-house, as it is also one in the literal sense of the word. The manual-wind movement has a power reserve of no less than 192 hours. An integrated black rubber strap, with a DLC-coated titanium folding buckle, ensures that the HYT H2O stays firmly on the wrist.

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When we started publishing our first high-end watch magazine in 1999, we had only one intention: increasing the popularity of high-quality mechanical watches. Now, many years later, this has not changed at all. In 2017 we have reinvented ourselves to serve our readers in a different and better way. Starting in 2017, the new 0024 is again better equipped to interact with the changing world of high-end watches. The new 0024 HORLOGES magazine (written in Dutch) will be at least a 200 pager: that’s twice the volume of our magazine in the old days.