Review of the HYT Skull Maori watch

If you want to wear a timepiece that is unique not only visually but also mechanically, then the HYT swiss watch is definitely the best choice. Using fluid as an indicator of time is HYT’s perfect method, and combined with imaginative designers, the company is able to create very interesting artworks.

In 2015, HYT launched the Skull series, taking the company’s design and engineering capabilities to a new level. Although the minute indicator available in previous models was assigned, the design specification still requires a thin capillary tube that carries liquid so that it follows the shape of the skull on the dial instead of on a circular track.

Skeleton Maori is the fourth core group in the series. The difference is the use of traditional hand-carved traditional Maori tattoos. Even Arabic hour markers use engraved style fonts. The carving does not stop there, but continues to the tan leather strap.

From a size perspective, this is a big watch. The case is 51 mm wide, and the single assembly button on the crown is located at the northeast corner of the watch to adjust the time. Coupled with the thickness of 17.9 mm, this watch definitely has the breath of the wrist. The shell is made of red gold and titanium, while the pin buckle is made of titanium. The dial is protected by sapphire crystal, and the water pressure rating of the entire case is 5 ATM or 165 feet.

The carvings on the fake watches for sale are beautiful. The capillary channels used to transport the liquid are not so obvious to those who have not started. The watch will have a lot of curiosity, and no matter where it is worn, it will become a topic of discussion. If the wearer likes to pay attention, then this is the watch.