01 / Front View

H1 Air collection:
an airborne H1 family takes flight.

The 3 H1 Air pieces can hardly keep their feet on the ground! To begin with, they arrive together as non-identical triplets – the first time HYT unveils a complete collection of limited pieces in one shot.

Secondly, the pieces explore unchartered territory such as the maritime world or camouflage.

But the third and most surprising aspect to the air collection is that HYT presents its first classical piece! Are the enfants terribles of Hydro-Mechanics growing up?


Floating on air

The H1 Air Black Pixel is the last piece of the collection. Its sapphire dial has an urban camouflage nuanced with tones of grey. In this monochrome universe, the liquid, the seconds and the power reserve literally spring from their aperture giving the piece an exhilirating 3D sensation. Its case is in titanium black DLC giving this last piece a furtive, modern and powerful feel.





titanium in black DLC with brushed, shot-peened and satin-finished surfaces

- diameter: 48.8 mm

- thickness:17.9 mm

- rubber-clad screw-lock crown

- crown guard

- screw-locked added lugs

- titanium black DLC dome at 06:00

- cambered sapphire crystal glass with anti-reflective coating on the inside

- screw-down sapphire back

- water-resistant to 100 meters.


mechanical green hand-wound, exclusive HYT calibre

- 28,800 vph, 4 Hz, 35 jewels

- bridges hand-chamfered and adorned with côtes de Genève, rhodiumed bellows

- 65-hour power reserve



unstructured, fluid hours

- smoked sapphire crystal glass minutes hours dial with a grey and black pixelation and a titanium reported grid

- black roman numerals hours indicators and indexes

- grey minute hand

- luminescent minute hand

- regulator at 12h00

- yellow second disc with a black indicator at 9h30

- power reserve indicator disc with a grey and yellow shading at 2h30


retrograde fluid hours; minutes, seconds


148-DL-53-GF-AB ; 25-piece limited edition


black alligator leather, titanium black DLC deployante buckle





The secret force driving the reservoirs is two bellows made of a highly resistant, flexible electro-deposited alloy, each driven by a piston. And this is where watchmaking comes in to activate the system.

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