In the cluttered modern luxury watch landscape, it never hurts to have something that clearly sets you apart from the competition, and HYT pretty much has the fluid horology niche all to itself. The company’s signature design element is its liquid time display, which when it debuted in 2012 got pretty much everyone’s attention. The idea of using liquids to display the time is of course, absurd from a practical standpoint, but far more relevantly for modern high end horology – much of which is involved in actively exploring new technologies and materials as performance advantages, and to offer new creative opportunities – it looked, and looks, very cool, and HYT since then has not only succeeded with its highly idiosyncratic first designs, but also continued to expand its visual and technical languages. In 2015 HYT introduced what was at the time its largest and most complex watch: the H3. Previous HYT models (and for that matter, all subsequent HYT models as well) implement the fluid time display with a circular tube, and a bellows system feeding colored fluid into one end of the tube, and clear fluid into the other. The meniscus between the two fluids marks the poin...