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Urwerk UR-210 RG Watch Review

Urwerk UR-210 RG Watch Review

First appeared in 2012, this will be the eighth article currently distributed on aBlogtoWatch with respect to Urwerk’s UR-210 watch model , and the main full survey. On my wrist is the Urwerk UR-210 RG, with “RG” representing 18k red gold –the essential case material. The latest variant of the UR-210 that we covered was a fascinating piece remarkable (exceptional) model known as the Urwerk UR-210 Amadeus  –which gloats a completely hand-engraved case and bracelet.

Most renditions of the UR-210 come in steel, which makes this red gold model the oddball. While valuable metal Urwerk watches are in no way, shape or form new, prominently valuable metal-cased Urwerk watches come second to those in more viable metals, for example, steel and titanium. Of course, that isn’t about cash reserve funds, since we are discussing watches which normal maybe $100,000 each. It is truly pretty much the subject and focal point of the brand, which isn’t old-world luxury however futurism meeting mechanics.


While I don’t by and by ache for ever Urwerk watch out there, I have frequently said that the UR-210 is one of my top decisions if I somehow managed to pick a watch from the brand. This is mostly a result of both the case shape, just as the complications and how the time is shown. The balanced case is appealing and comfortable to wear, while the complications are generally commonsense. More on that in a bit.

Visually talking the UR-210 includes its own character inside Urwerk’s larger combination of models, yet it additionally has somewhat of an unmistakable look to it. I think Urwerk got the length versus width extents right, alongside the general plan of case. On the wrist the case is 43.8mm wide and 17.8mm thick. The more significant measurement is the case length, which for this situation is 53.6mm. That is the measurement you’ll care about the most while deciding whether this can fit on your wrist.

Urwerk provided this watch with a more limited tie for my more modest wrists –which I appreciate. Given the thickness of different pieces of this generally excellent looking dark gator lash, I would encourage anybody inspired by this watch to twofold check to ensure the included tie works for their wrist. On the off chance that it doesn’t, the wearing experience probably won’t be as comfortable. I notice comfort so much since I think it merits referencing each time a case shape is anything but a norm round shape with customary hauls. Here, the hauls are set down toward the lower part of the case, under the essential case, which helps make the watch positive from an ergonomic perspective.


Detailing working on it is acceptable, with a mixture of points and lines which keep it fascinating from most perspectives. Most of the case is brushed 18k red gold, while matte-completed dark shaded titanium pieces are utilized for the caseback just as the crown get together. The crown itself is put at the 12 o’clock position looking into it, and it is fortunately large and simple to wind while the watch is as yet being worn. In spite of the fact that as a programmed watch, you don’t carefully need to wind it all the time.

Compared to the red gold piece of the case, the dark titanium caseback really has significantly more visual subtleties, including a little sapphire precious stone window to the development, just as a round finger-worked switch that changes how the programmed winding framework works.

This last feature isn’t remarkable to the UR-210, yet isn’t present in all Urwerk watches. It is important for the in-house made UR-7.10 movement’s “Turbine Control” framework and has three settings. Urwerk alludes to this framework as a “winding productivity selector” and its purpose is to permit the programmed rotor (not obvious) to turn all the more gradually because of what I accept is expanded grinding, or to completely obstruct the programmed rotor from twisting at all –along these lines eliminating the capacity for the watch to be consequently wound.

Why may you need to change how the watch winds? In principle, to shield the development from being harmed during stun. More recently,  Ball watches came out with a comparable complication they call their “Amortiser,” which additionally utilized a switch on the rear of the watch to impede the rotor from turning. The utility for a complication, for example, this is restricted, yet in the correct circumstances it can forestall harm to the delicate mechanical development in the watch.

My most concerning issue with having the option to physically prevent the programmed rotor from winding the development is that you need to consider the big picture ahead of time of when your watch may be exposed to something, for example, stun. State for example you coincidentally drop your watch and with the rotor hindered, the watch would not endure harm to the movement… you’d need to foresee that ahead of time of dropping the watch so you can set the twisting situation to the correct mode. Unmistakably, this complication isn’t about forestalling accidents.

Urwerk is rather envisioning a generally specialty situation when you foresee the watch being exposed to stun, yet can’t be compelled to just not wear the watch. In the event that you will be playing tennis or golf and need to ensure against that sort of stun, yet at the same time need to wear your Urwerk, at that point that is a genuine illustration of when to absolutely hinder the rotor. It is safe to say that you are mountain trekking or riding in exciting rides? Those may be circumstances to lessen the twisting proficiency of the development. While I’m not saying this complication is generally for curiosity esteem, I’ve just not put myself in the “F you world” position of needing to accomplish something that would be hazardous to a mechanical watch, but then obstinately concluding that I need to wear a $150,000 watch on my wrist regardless of what rationale dictates.

Suffice it to state that during my generally exceptionally upbeat time inspecting this watch, I was not even once compelled to change the twisting proficiency on the development. On the other hand, I appreciated the occasion to clarify what the winding proficiency selector was, and I could tell individuals were dazzled. On the off chance that you measure the estimation of a luxury watch by its capacity to intrigue others , at that point you absolutely DO need a watch with a winding productivity selector (since no one can tell what kind of 007 circumstance you may be in that requires it).

Equally obscure in use yet a touch more relatable for us simple humans is another intriguing complication with regards to the UR-210 noticeable on the dial-side of the watch that Urwerk calls the winding effectiveness pointer. Adequately clever, both the winding productivity pointer and the winding effectiveness selector may be at chances with each other since one can decrease or quit winding proficiency, and the other is there to demonstrate on the off chance that you aren’t winding the watch proficiently enough.


In hypothesis, there is a “optimum” measure of twisting any mechanical development ought to have to not be “over-wound,” and to keep up ideal accuracy because of the heart being sufficiently twisted. Urwerk has played with having a watch that encourages you keep it accurate. The most developed execution of this idea is contained in the Urwerk EMC assortment which at first appeared one year after the UR-210. The EMC incorporates an electronic rate result apparatus that can be initiated to decide the current accuracy of the mechanical development within it. The client would then be able to turn a little screw on the back of the case to change the fine change of the guideline system –in principle permitting you to make the watch more accurate.

Going back to the UR-210, the winding proficiency pointer scale sits on the upper left half of the dial adjoining the force hold marker which is on the upper right half of the dial. The thought is that if the pointer hand is in the red zone, the development isn’t being adequately twisted and the development will in the end run out of intensity if the moderate winding (or deficiency in that department proceeds). On the off chance that the pointer is out of red zone, at that point my agreement is that the programmed winding is sufficient to make all the difference for the development. Mentally this is an exceptionally intriguing idea, yet likely best for the individuals who are extremely in line with their gadgets and have the opportunity (and want) to focus on this stuff. My agreement is that as a person’s income goes up, their accessible extra time will in general go down. Given that this is obviously a “high luxury” thing, I am not sure that I’ve met an excessive number of individuals who have the income to get a watch this way, just as the psychological transfer speed to focus on the current winding effectiveness. For the remainder of my contemplations on this, see above where I talk about how narrating and the capacity to dazzle individuals add to the estimation of a watch.

My fundamental concentration with any watch isn’t the “side complications,” but instead how it tells the time. Perhaps the greatest compliment to Urwerk’s standard utilization of a “satellite time sign system” is the way pleasantly neat and reasonable it is. I can’t represent everybody, except I can say that I discovered perusing the time utilizing the “roaming” hour/minute hand along the moment scale simple and comfortable. Intellectually, your eyes first see the hour (carefully) and afterward read the moment at a similar spot. This implied that the time needed for me to peruse the time was in numerous cases more limited than with a standard a few hand simple watch dial.


Not all Urwerk satellite time signs are actually the equivalent. The specific flavor in the UR-210’s UR-7.10 development is among the coolest as I would like to think. The dark shaded (for this model) hour hand is really a retrograde hand, while the internal three-furnished framework turns around clockwise. Every one of the three arms has a 3D square with four hour markers on it. As the framework turns, these 3D shapes turn over to uncover the following numeral in the arrangement. It’s cool to watch and play with. Even better is the capacity to set the time forward just as the capacity to switch the hours and set the time that way. I accept that in some early Urwerk watches you could just set the time forward.

Simply having the option to notice the whole satellite time sign framework with the accompanying componentry on the dial of the UR-210 is a delight. The exact nature of the parts, alongside their rich yet current plan is important for what makes Urwerk a particularly extraordinary luxury thing. These are genuinely mechanical miracles for individuals who like living in the now. While there are, of course, a lot of synergies between customary watchmaking and what Geneva-based Urwerk makes, a critical component of the brand’s beguile is their practically noninterventionist viewpoint on after patterns or taking what others are doing into thought. Felix and Martin who run the brand merit some commendation for making astonishing watches, yet additionally altogether various watches compared to what exactly exists at this or some other cost category.

The UR-7.10 programmed development works at 4Hz with 39 hours of intensity save. This somewhat not exactly ideal force hold is basically an impression of the heaviness of the parts, just as the accompanying grinding in the development that requires much more force than most conventional mechanical developments to work appropriately. The greater part of the obvious components of the development are delivered in aluminum and titanium. Additionally welcome on the dial is the Super-LumiNova painted hour and moment markers, which offer fantastic perceivability in obscurity expecting they are appropriately charged with light.

The genuine disgrace of a Urwerk is that more individuals can’t own watches like this given the costs. Regardless of whether you concur with the particular retail value, I figure you can concur that something like this is complicated, exceptionally designed, hard to deliver, and not the slightest bit could be equitably estimated. Little, autonomous watchmakers like Urwerk depend on thoughtful sponsors who have the extra cash and item thankfulness important to keep mechanical workmanship like this alive. So as opposed to get bothered that I can’t go out and purchase a UR-210 spontaneously, I would prefer to stay glad that enough individuals can. Watches like this from brands like Urwerk keep the “superwatch” dream alive, and for some, individuals resemble that Lamborghini, Bugatti, Ferrari, and so on that they can respect from a remote place. Cost for the Urwerk UR-210 RG watch is $150,000 USDurwerk.com

Necessary Data

>Brand: Urwerk

>Model: UR-210 RG

>Price: $150,000 USD

>Size: 43.8mm wide, 17.8mm thick, and 53.6mm long.

>Would analyst by and by wear it: Yes.

>Friend we’d recommend it to first: Well-subsidized devotee of extraordinary mechanics and present day plan with some accessible land on their wrist.

>Best normal for watch: Joy-making wearing involvement in a cool plan, extremely valuable method of perusing the time, and the narrating watch authorities appreciate that makes imparting their watches to others pleasurable. Effectively quite possibly the most balanced watches that Urwerk makes.

>Worst normal for watch: It requires a horological scholarly to completely comprehend (not to mention realize how to utilize) the winding effectiveness selector and winding productivity marker complications. For the cash, case might have some additional hand-completing, particularly on this red gold model to draw out the sparkle a touch more. Sapphire precious stone could profit by a smidgen more AR-covering on top.

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