Urwerk : Stendhal style

UR-110 PTH

Case : grade 5 titanium, black platinum bezel Dimensions : 43.8x 53.6mmx17.8mm  Movement : mechanical self-winding (Calibre UR 9.01, 39h power reserve), unidirectional rotor regulated by a double turbine Functions : satellite hours by a planetary gear train, minutes, small seconds, day/night indication, oil-change indicator Caseback : circular apertures revealing the winding turbines Strap : leather Limited edition : 20

The UR-110, presented for the first time in 2011, adopts a daring and sophisticated exterior featuring displays with bright red accents against an all-black backdrop. The titanium case is topped by an opulent titanium bezel and fitted with a leather strap. The panoramic dial features the original planetary complication. A central tower ensures the stability and balance of the karussel which drives the rotation of the three hour modules. These satellites spin on their own axis and their arrow tips take turns moving along the 60-minute arc of a circle. The movement also powers a small seconds display, a day/night indicator and an oil change indicator – developed by Urwerk to warn the owner when it is time to have the watch overhauled. The back reveals a glimpse of the two turbines regulating the automatic winding system. The UR-110 PTH is issued in a strictly limited 20-piece edition.

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