Released in 1982, Tron has garnered a cult following among movie-goers for its groundbreaking light effects. This same aesthetic inspired Hautlence for the Vortex Gamma Tron, supported by a raft of innovation. In addition to the six 3D sapphire crystals, the case is made from a composite material imported from the aerospace industry. Charged with ceramic nanotube particles, this HLLightColor can be body-tinted rather than just colour-coated. Hautlence has chosen phosphorescent blue. When the light dims, the contours of the watch glow, as does the Möbius symbol at the centre of the dial. The movement is the much-admired HL2.0 with retrograde minutes and jumping hours on a chain with 12 articulated links.
HL Vagabonde Tourbillon