Top Quality Urwerk UR-110 PTH Replica Watch

URWERK UR-110 PTH

The Top Quality Urwerk UR-110 PTH Replica Watch case is black platinum and water resistant to 30 m. Each die is engraved with four of the 12 hour numbers. The die next to the minute track (at the far right side of the dial) shows the current hour, and its little arrow points to the correct minute. The beauty comes from watching each die slowly revolve, as hours turn from one to the next. The lugs, where they fix the case to the black textile strap, are angled viciously and look as though they are capable of achieving escape velocity on their own.

URWERK UR-110 PTH

The Urwerk UR-110 PTH Replica Watch numbers on the satellites and minute track are accented in red, as are the day/night, small seconds, and oil change indicators on the left-hand side of the dial (‘oil change’ refers to Urwerk’s recommended service interval). Add a couple of pinpoint splashes of bright green (the 60 on the minute track and the 60 on the small seconds indicator), and you’ve got a display that reminds the wearer of an X-wing’s HUD.
If Darth Vader wore a luxury watch, it’d be the Urwerk UR-110 PTH. Powered by Urwerk’s signature ‘satellite’ movement, it’s not so much a timepiece as a statement of absolute sci-fi credibility. You can picture the UR-110 PTH on the wrist of the heavy-breathing Sith lord. You could see Riddick checking the time on it after slaying a space bug. But nestling beneath the starched cuff of a business shirt? No. This is definitely a watch for the weekend.

The numbers on the satellites and minute track are accented in red, as are the day/night, small seconds, and oil change indicators on the left-hand side of the dial (‘oil change’ refers to Urwerk’s recommended service interval). Add a couple of pinpoint splashes of bright green (the 60 on the minute track and the 60 on the small seconds indicator), and you’ve got a display that reminds the wearer of an X-wing’s HUD.

Urwerk UR-110 Replica Watch  would have you believe that it invented the satellite complication. It didn’t. But in the true tradition of luxury watch master craftspeople, it made it its own.

The case is black platinum and water resistant to 30 m. The lugs, where they fix the case to the black textile strap, are angled viciously and look as though they are capable of achieving escape velocity on their own. The numbers on the satellites and minute track are accented in red, as are the day/night, small seconds, and oil change indicators on the left-hand side of the dial (‘oil change’ refers to Urwerk’s recommended service interval). Add a couple of pinpoint splashes of bright green (the 60 on the minute track and the 60 on the small seconds indicator), and you’ve got a display that reminds the wearer of an X-wing’s HUD.

About that movement. Urwerk Replica Watch calls it a ‘revolving satellite complication on planetary gears’. The satellite complication is visually stunning, and once you’ve gotten your head around how it works it makes telling the time very simple. Basically, you have a three-armed carousel at the centre of the movement, which rotates around a pinion while a series of gears cause three ‘dice’ to revolve at the end of the arms.

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