One of the masterpieces of Swiss independent watch brand URWERK, the UR-110 is constantly changing and making its debut. It has removed the original titanium and stainless steel outerwear and replaced it with a new platinum bezel. The momentum of the turning system is more prominent, and it adds a little nostalgia.
The novel features of the UR-110 series are made up of three layers of complex structures:
1. Central caruso makes the whole structure more stable and balanced
2. Planetary gear wheels keep the three satellites in an hourly rotation as they move along the dial
3． The three satellite hour rotors are each mounted on a planetary transmission wheel. Each hour rotor is composed of an hour display, a minute hand, and a balance weight. The three sets of planetary wheels rotate continuously, which is exactly the opposite direction of the rotation of the central Caruso.
The large UR-110 series of mirrors is designed to see through the various functions of the entire dial. In addition to the hours and minutes, the control panel on the dial has an ‘Oil Change’ indicator to remind the owner of the maintenance period. Day / night display and small seconds dial; titanium caseback with built-in self-winding movement, double-turbine blade adjustment device for adjusting winding efficiency.
UR-110 PT Technical Specifications
Grade 5 titanium case with platinum bezel (limited to 20 pieces)
Dimensions: 47 x 51 x 16 mm
Two-stage crown with protection
Water resistant to 30 meters
Movement type: UR 9.01 self-winding movement
Balance: single metal balance
Swing frequency: 28,800 times per hour (4Hz)
Gems: 46 pieces
Gossamer: Flat Gossamer
Power source: Single barrel
Power reserve: 39 hours
Winding system: one-way oscillating weight, the winding power is adjusted by twin turbine blades
Finishing: satin sanding, fish scale sanding, diamond polishing
The satellite hour rotor is installed on the planetary transmission wheel, which can display the hours and minutes
Dial console: Day / night display, ‘oiling indicator’ reminds the watch owner to maintain the watch; small seconds.