The new H2 Aviator watch from HYT showcases a distinctive design that underlines its legibility, a defining feature for any flight instrument. Consequently, the path and color of the piece's minute hand has been redrawn, while quarter hour indexes are enlarged and in finished in red. The central hand has similarly undergone the same treatment. It's all housed in a 48.8mm titanium black case, with a movement built in conjunction with Audemars Piguet Renaud & Papi, featuring a power reserve of 192 hours. The elements include titanium bridges decorated with micro-blasted black PVD-coated bits, titanium satin-finished appliqués, a 21,600vph balance wheel, and 28 jewels. Finishing the look is a grey/black Kevlar strap with contrast red stitching and a titanium black DLC deployant buckle. Limited to just 40 pieces and priced at $157,000, the H2 Aviator is set to launch in October.