Urwerk UR-110 Eastwood

Urwerk’s UR-110 Eastwood perpetuates the watchmaker’s radical time telling with orbiting satellite complications but with a heightened focus on aesthetics, if that’s even possible. Time is displayed on the far right side of the watch with the hour shown on the rotating satellite and an arrow pointing out the minutes, which, aside from being easy to read, remains visible even if two thirds of the watch is hidden under your dress shirt. It’s also completely mechanical and self-winding, with its twin turbines visible through portholes on the back, and adds a touch more luxury thanks to materials like ebony wood on its faceplate and wool tweed straps.

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