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Urwerk implements a cluster of optical fibers in its new UR-111C

The watchmaker sets the bar once again for haute horology.
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Urwerk UR-111C

Urwerk is taking it to another level once again with a new mechanical masterpiece called the UR-111C. This design ditches the usual rotating satellites for a complex system that features jumping hours, retrograde linear minutes, digital minutes, and digital seconds that features a unique integration of optical fibers. It also loses the crown for a roller that can be adjusted with a lever that unlocks the mechanism. The watch comes in either an iron or gunmetal colorway and features an automatic movement with a 48-hour power reserve.

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