Urwerk puts an unusually intricate mechanical movement in this modern take on the pocket watch, offering measurements in intervals from 1 second to 1000 years. Limited to just 8 pieces.
Urwerk’s 103 Tarantula gets a fitting Mexican Fireleg edition for its 7th and final year; limited to 60 pieces, the watch features orange luminescent markers on its signature satellites.
Urwerk’s UR-203 updates its 200 series; encased in black platinum and limited to 20 pieces, the skeletonized watch shows off the cams, rubies, and transporters that power its telescopic hands.
Never has obtuse looked so good: Urwerk’s King Cobra UR-CC1 goes horizontal with its watch face, made possible with vertical triple cams, retrograde cylinders and rotating disks.
Urwerk’s UR103T watch is a choreographed ballet; a bronze/beryllium Geneva cross carries four aluminum satellites, each performing a four-beat 480 degree pirouette to signify minutes.
Today’s dose of watch porn: Urwerk’s UR103 Hexagon gets six-sided satellites, a black alligator leather strap and a plasma vapor deposited platinum case. Only ten will be made.
The Urwerk UR-202 has telescopic minute hands, hours satellites and twin turbines. The swanky video (above) shows this in detail, and yet we still feel clueless… all we know is, we want one. Bad.
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