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HYT H20 "Time is fluid"

The H20 "Time is fluid" puts the core HYT concept of time’s vital passage into words.

The H20 "Time is fluid" puts the core HYT concept of time’s vital passage into words. Circuiting the flange, the sentence "TIME IS FLUID" is written on a skeleton ring. This underlines the truth that, as with a linguistic phrase, the fragmentation of time compromises its flow. A three-dimensional design language is the signature of a product committed to presenting time as a spatial entity to be viewed from all angles – and inviting the wearer to do the same. In a contemporary external context, punctuated by digital displays flashing up the now as an isolated piece of information, this piece resolutely and visibly focuses on time’s fluidity.


Circuiting the flange is the sentence © HYT


H20 « Time is fluid », yellow gold © HYT

Technically and philosophically the H20 "TIME IS FLUID" combines craftsmanship and technology, with a a specially developed Audemars Piguet Renaud & Papi mechanical movement offering a 8-day power reserve and a patented micro-fluidic module. The diamond guilloché decoration on the minute and second discs and the main plate betray the signature of haute horlogerie. A closer look reveals the offset diffusion of the patterns on the counters. The latter emphasizes the respective rhythms and layering of the time units, as well as the powerhouse represented by the regulating bellows.



Time’s flow is expressed by smooth angles, fluid shaping and virtually no straight lines. H20 "Time is fluid" comes in two versions – one in 18 carats yellow gold (2N) with red fluidic hours, and the other in stainless steel, with bed fluidic hours. Both are fitted with a translucent grey rubber strap with titanium folding buckle, and are limited editions of 20 pieces. 


H20 © HYT

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The pioneers of “fluidic time” have become specialists in something that had long been thought impossible: combining mechanics and fluids in a wristwatch.

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