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Saturday, July 28, 2012

Urwerk UR-110 ST Watch

Urwerk UR-110 ST Watch
Urwerk UR-110 ST Watch side

Already distinguished at the 2011 Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix, the UR-110 is back centre-stage, still with its satellite hours on planetary gears connecting to a day/night indicator and oil change indicator. On the UR-110, hours face minutes along the right section of the dial, where a pointer descends a vertical scale, graduated from 0 to 60. Such a feat is made possible by the watch's architecture on three levels of complexity. A central axis runs the full height of the watch to ensure the stability and balance of the entire mechanism; planetary gears govern the parallel rotation of the three hour satellites as they orbit the dial; three counter-rotating hour modules, each comprising an hour satellite and a minute hand, are individually mounted on a planetary gear. The result is an ingenious piece of avant-garde horology that displays the time with elegance and discretion.

Automatic with twin turbine regulator
UR 9.01 calibre
28,800 vib/h, 46 jewels
39-hour power reserve
satellite complication with revolving hours mounted on planetary gears
Hours, minutes, seconds, day/night indication and oil change indication
Grade 5 titanium with AITiN (Aluminium, Titanium, Nitride) bezel, 47 x 51x16 mm
Two-position crown with built-in crown cover
Water-resistant to 30 m / 3 ATM
Black leather

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