Luxury Swiss watchmaker HYT introduces its lineup of hydro-mechanical wristwatches at retailer Brown's. It focuses on traditional Swiss watchmaking methods and incorporates mechanical movements with initiate liquid propulsions. This intricate engineering use two bellows of flexible reservoirs.
One of these are made with a colored liquid and the second features a transparent liquid. Traditional mechanics trigger the system through a piston, which launches the bellows to compress and widen out as the hour passes. In addition to the special hydro-mechanical system, the watches are finished in luxurious details. There are sapphire crystal faces, yellow gold faces, DLC stainless steel, carbon, and titanium cases. All of the wrist watches are water resistant up to 30m and it has 65 hours of power reserve.
HYT's Watches Boast Movement by Liquid Propulsion
1. Hydro-mechanical Watches - Incorporating liquid propulsion in watch movements presents opportunities for disruptive innovation in the luxury watch industry.
2. Luxurious Details - The emphasis on sapphire crystal faces and high-quality materials in watch design opens up possibilities for disruptive innovation in the luxury fashion industry.
3. Power Reserve - Improving power reserve in wristwatches has potential for disruptive innovation in the timepiece industry, allowing for longer lasting and more reliable watches.
1. Luxury Watchmaking - The use of liquid propulsion in HYT's wristwatches presents opportunities for disruptive innovation within the luxury watchmaking industry.
2. Luxury Fashion - The incorporation of luxurious details in HYT's watches provides opportunities for disruptive innovation within the luxury fashion industry.
3. Timepiece Manufacturing - The improvement of power reserve in wristwatches opens up possibilities for disruptive innovation within the timepiece manufacturing industry.