Before we begin, lets get the price of this piece of wrist-wear out of the way – it's US$45,000. Why so high we hear you cry out? Well for starters, the HYT H1 is driven by pistons and bellows.
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The complicated mechanics ticking away inside the stylishly chunky metal body drive a fluorescent green liquid called Flourescein around the outer rim, thereby marking the hours. Fun fact: Fluorescin is also used in forensics to detect blood stains. So don't go murdering anyone while you're wearing it. The minutes, meanwhile, are taken care of by a dedicated dial in the centre.
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Overall the design – coupled with the, er, enthusiastic music in the trailer below – suggest that the HYT H1 would feel right at home on the wrist of Batman himself. We'll take two, one for each wrist.
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Feast your eyes on the HYT H1 in all its steampunk splendor below: