Urwerk takes a step back with their latest timepiece and puts a vintage spin on their futuristic 110 model. The grade 5 titanium case receives a bezel that's accented with polished ebony wood, a material that proved to be a challenge due to its dense characteristics. And what better to match the new wooden bezel than a tweed wool trap from bespoke suitmaker, Timothy Everest.
Sitting under the sapphire crystal is their high-tech arrangement of rotating satellites, day/night indicator, and a small seconds sub-dial. The watch is powered by Urwerk's in-house movement that has a power reserve of up to 46 hours.
More info at urwerk.com.