URWERK UR-110 Watch

Typically speaking we don’t typically favour watches quite as out of the ordinary as the, undoubtedly impressive looking, URWERK UR-110 Watch but there is something about this jaw-dropping timepiece that is drawing us moth-like inexorably towards it and, we dare say, there will be plenty of other classic style watch aficionados out there finding themselves strangely mesmerised by it as well.

The URWERK UR-110 remains in keeping with the other timepieces from this fine Swiss watchmaker by telling the time using orbiting satellite complications in what is a rather stunning visual watch face that makes this impeccable timepiece stand out from the crowd wonderfully well. It boasts a titanium back that houses a technologically advanced and innovative dual-turbine mechanism which fuels the movement of the watch.

The difficult for URWERK in creating their UR-110 watch was to craft a casing that was optimally suited to housing the highly unusual carousel at the centre of this stunning timepiece but looking at the watch itself showcases that they’ve achieved this objective and delivered an out of this world watch which is ideally suited to those who want to turn heads with their timepiece. Take a look at a few more images of the URWERK UR-110 below:

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Available in a number of different finishes with alternative straps available, the URWERK UR-110 gives you plenty of options should you want to add one to your wrist in 2015. It has some mightily impressive specifications to boot that showcase the level of craftsmanship that has gone into its creation such as a Black coated Grade 5 titanium case with red gold bezel, sapphire crystal glass with anti-reflective coating, 39 hours power reserve and a UR-9.01 self-winding movement. All in all, a spectacular timepiece that is sure to find an eager horde of consumers who want such an eye-catching timepiece on their wrist.

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