Introducing The Urwerk UR-210 Last Edition
Urwerk is giving a curtain call to one of its models, the UR-210. The first UR-210, nicknamed the Maltese Falcon, appeared in 2012. Eight years after the arrival of that watch, the brand is denoting the finish of the model’s run with the Urwerk UR-210 Last Edition. This new watch is cased in titanium and steel with dark PVD covering. The dial is dark and ruthenium-covered with lume-filled red numerals on the hands. The dial is further highlighted with green and orange files, and the watch comes fitted on a dark calfskin strap.
We have covered the UR-210 many occasions throughout the long term ( here , here , and here ), and there isn’t actually any distinction, in fact talking, between this release and prior cycles. It actually flaunts the particularly molded sapphire gem, double force sign showcases, hour satellites, case plan, and the host of incredible features and functionality.
The UR-210 Last Edition sports the signature retrograde hand that docks with the hour satellites while showing the minutes. At the point when the moment hand flies back from 60 to nothing, it produces a sharp “click” which flags the start of each new hour. The watch features a protected winding proficiency marker (notwithstanding the force save pointer) which permits the client to know whether they have created sufficient control throughout the most recent two hours of utilization to keep the UR-210’s mainspring adequately twisted. This is shown on the dial with a bolt that vacillates among green and red.
A chart of the caseback and signature rotor feature.
This feature is tailored to the client and customizable dependent on the amount you move. You can change the rotor on the caseback to ensure it works for your ordinary use. The rotor can likewise be set to adequately zero, permitting the watch to be utilized as a manual wind. This is the sort of watch feature that is much better seen than clarified, and you can look at this Hands-On we did with the first UR-210 here , which represents the watch’s numerous one of a kind functions.
A graph illustrating the features on the watch’s special dial.
In arriving at the stopping point for the model, it bears glancing back at the first UR-210 Maltese Falcon. Why that moniker? All things considered, as we have noted previously , the moment hand of the first model was inspired by the bill of the legendary fowl. You can in any case see that theme proceeded onto the Last Edition. In the event that this is the final appearance ever to be made by the UR-210, it remains as a genuinely momentous piece of contemporary watchmaking – or as Sam Spade once noticed, “the stuff dreams are made of.”
Model: UR-210 Last Edition
Case Material: Steel and titanium with dark DLC coating
Dial Color: Black and ruthenium coated
Water Resistance: 30m
Strap/Bracelet: Leather Strap
Functions: Patented satellite complication showing meandering hours; three-dimensional minutes hand; power-save marker; licensed winding effectiveness indicator.
Winding: Automatic twisting hosed by turbines
Frequency: 4 HZ
Chronometer Certified: No
An detonated perspective on the UR-210.
Pricing & Availability
Price: CHF 137,000
Limited Edition: Last Edition
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