CES 2012 : HYT H1 Hydro-Mechanical watch

 

Here is a masterpiece of miniature mechanical and fluid engineering.

Well this watch was not shown at CES 2012, but because it’s so downright weird and cool. It’s the first of its kind. It uses tiny pistons that move a bellows, which then compresses a glowing green liquid that indicates hours, minutes and seconds.

So there you have it, wearing a miniature pump on your wrist, showing you the time that flows through tubes. You start the whole thing in motion by winding it up, just like old-fashioned watches. Astonishing.

This crazy geek stuff is out of range of whooping $45,000.

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