ITW with HYT || the H3

HYT deconstructs time with the H3 then reassembles it around its founding principle of two bellows that inject fluid into a capillary tube that advances with the hours. The H3's objective is to show hours on a linear display. This was the starting-point for a new movement, developed with Audemars Piguet Renaud & Papi, that ensures the smooth flow of the hours along this linear display. The result is a watch without hands and with no noon. HYT has imagined a rotating, four-sided dial, positioned alongside the hour tube. Each of these sides has six one-hour graduations for a total 24 hours. At the end of each six-hour period, the hour marker makes a retrograde movement during which the dial makes a controlled rotation. Minutes are also counted on a linear display by an articulated, retrograde double arm that sweeps a scale. 25-piece limited series.

Cloe Biessy, Communication Director of HYT presents us the H3.

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Mechanical hand-wound, exclusive HYT calibre, 53 jewels, 21,600 vib/h, titanium bridges with anthracite PVD treatment, twin barrels, 170-hour power reserve


Retrograde fluid hours, retrograde minutes, power-reserve indicator, crown position indicator (H-N-R), pusher to rotate the hours


Charcoal grey PVD-coated titanium and platinum with a micro-blasted, satin finish

- Length: 62 mm;

- Width: 41 mm

- Height: 16 mm

- Screw-down dynamometric crown sheathed in rubber

- Screwed offset lugs

- Domed sapphire crystal (box) with anti-reflection coating

- Open screw-down back in titanium

- Water-resistant to 30 metres


Aluminium for the hours, sapphire crystal for the minutes


Black alligator, titanium folding clasp with anthracite PVD treatment

Series limited to 25 pieces

The price of the HYT H3 watch in titanium is 280,000 Swiss Francs(currently about $292,000 USD)