HYT Watches Joins Prestigious Company at Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie (FHH) | SENATUS



HYT Watches Joins Prestigious Company at Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie (FHH)
By SENATUS Watches & Jewelry | 21 October 2016

HYT, famed in the industry as "hydromechanical horologists," with its use of a complex system of thin "capillary" tubes and a bellows system used to move liquid as a means of indicating information on a mechanical watch, has just announced its inclusion into the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie (FHH), as one of only 28 partners.

For the watch brand which only just celebrated its third anniversary, the position is a clear endorsement of its innovative approach to 21st century watchmaking.

"We are delighted that the FHH has chosen to recognise our innovative, non-conformist and creative nature, a creativity which is still expressed within the strict framework of Haute Horlogerie", explains Grégory Dourde, CEO of HYT.

"For the entire team, which has overcome so much, and for all of our customers, who have believed in us for the last five years, it is both an endorsement and an incentive to forge ahead in our quest to invent the watches of the future."

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