Since 2011, Urwerk UR-110 has amassed an impressive catalog of watches with seven iterations in total including an award for Best Design from the GPHC. Now, founders Martin Frei and Felix Baumgartner have teamed up with London-based tailor Timothy Everest to create EastWood, a polished take on the watch’s high-tech satellite display architecture. The watch takes both retro and futuristic aesthetics and combines them into this classic timepiece. Two variations of this bezel are available on the EastWood: Macassar ebony from Indonesia or Red Ivory from South Africa. Complete with a grade 5 titanium case, it offers a contrast to the precious wood of the watches construction. Just 10 examples of the EastWood will be produced (five with Macassar, five with Red Ivory) marking the end of the UR-110 product line. For more information, visit Urwerk’s official site.