This watch will be an extension of the H1 collection which was originally a limited edition of only 8 pieces. This new watch will probably have a similar figure. The movement is identical to that of the first H1 (see picture). The movement is a hydro-mechanical hybrid that uses oil and water to show the hours and a smaller hand to show minutes and a small dial that looks like a fan to show seconds. The movement is enclosed in a 48mm case made of titanium with bronze shot-peened. This process uses small balls that bounce off at a high speed of the metal, creating a dimple. With all the dimples overlapping it creates compression and extends the life of the material. This site explains it better than I do: http://www.met
alimprovement.com/shot_peening.php. The watch stays on the wrist thanks to a rubber strap with a titanium pin buckle. A picture can be found here: http://en.worldtem
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