Earlier this year, Swiss luxury watchmaker Urwerk unveiled its highly-technical UR-111C, a momentous timepiece for the brand as it marked a departure from its signature wandering-hour indication to a linear minute display. Three finishes were available at the time — polished steel, gunmetal, and titanium — but now the company is launching a fourth, two-tone edition, which will also be limited to just 25 pieces made.
The two tones consist of a black PVD coating paired with a brushed steel finish offering a sleek and stylish take on the futuristic model. Otherwise, the new model retains the specifications of its predecessors, coming in a 46mm by 42mm case holding a 37-jewel 4Hz automatic movement with a 48-hour power reserve. Features such as jumping hours, digital minutes and seconds, and the retrograde linear minutes are all present, as well as the innovative roller system which replaces a conventional crown.
For the watch collectors out there, the Urwerk two-tone UR-111C is now available, limited to just 25 in the world, going for a price for CHF 130,000, or roughly $135,000 USD. Head over to the company’s website to learn more.
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