Whoever said a man can’t pull off pink must have never seen one sporting the HYT H1 Pink Gold timepiece. From Bruno Moutarlier, Jean-Francois Mojon and the Chronode SA team comes this liquid-based approach to telling time that is sure to catch a few people off-guard.
While there are easier ways to tell time, few ever looked this good.
With what the website describes as “two flexible reservoirs fixed to each end of a capillary,” the watch uses a liquid known as fluorescein and then a “transparent viscous liquid” with a half-moon meniscus, which keeps the two apart and helps to indicate the time as the hours roll by.
Yeah, we’re not going to pretend that we understand all that jazz, but then we’re not engineers. Also available in black, titanium, and black DLC/pink gold. Availability is limited in the U.S., but finer jewelers from Asia to South America carry it. Ask them about a price. The website isn’t sayin’.