Urwerk UR-110 Eastwood replica is the latest version of the award-winning UR-110 “Torpedo” and is said to be the final version. In 2011, when it was first wrapped around our wrists, it attracted widespread attention. Urwerk’s UR-110 combines titanium industrial design with two exclusive limited editions. Exotic wood and British tweed bring a suitable gift to UR-110, resulting in a natural, rich texture combination that borders on “year” Work better than it should. Of course, in the form of Urwerk, it still looks like it fell from the cockpit of the spacecraft, only this spacecraft has a wood grain dashboard, horizontal speedometer and woven leather control column.
Urwerk UR-110 Eastwood marks the return of Urwerk ’s radical asymmetric case design (although Ariel used to look like a grappling hook launcher on the wrist, it was also known as the “Variant Ninja Star”, but this may Irrelevant to the point), and again using the same orbital satellite complication, its arrow-shaped torpedo displays the time on the 3:00 side of the case, while it is 6:00 in the symmetrical 105 and 210 series versions. The layout of the dial is also exactly the same as the other versions of 110, which means that AM / PM and the “oil change” indicator (of course, the latter represents Urwerk’s service interval language) are also present. Turn the watch cheap over and you will see the familiar twin turbines, which are connected to the automatic winding device, and the additional program can be seen through the two circular holes.
As mentioned earlier, Urwerk UR-110 Eastwood is the last version of the 110 series. For this song of swan, Urwerk has in-depth knowledge of its production skills to choose a different material: wood. However, since this fake designer watches will be more inspired by space-age design than traditional timepiece design, it is not only wood. There are two versions of Urwerk UR-110 Eastwood, each version is only fifty-five; one uses polished red sandalwood panels, and the other uses Macassar Ebony cut panels-a dense, five-flowered dark brown wood, It has been a woodworking favorite for hundreds of years.
Although the “red ebony” exudes strange orange tones, the rich earthy hues of Macassar ebony are particularly cool compared to the matte gray titanium case-I can even say that these are definitely two versions of the “more powerful” appearance. However, those with deep pockets and indecision can rest assured because they know that the bezel should be relatively easy to replace and that Urwerk ’s signature chamfering screws can be removed.
But perhaps the most interesting thing about Urwerk ’s choice of wood is to go beyond * ahem * to “nail” a certain classic aesthetic goal, which is an additional challenge posed by the processing of ebony itself, which happens to be the same as certain types of steel Difficult to process. In fact, according to Felix Baumgartner, co-founder of Urwerk, machining the plate will wear out the drill bit, just like machining steel. Putting Urwerk UR-110 Eastwood on the side may best demonstrate this process, because the panel has a soft and uniform curve from one end to the other, which cleverly matches the curvature of the panoramic sapphire crystal.
Just like the previous versions of Urwerk UR-110 we have seen (including versions dating back to 2011), Urwerk UR-110 Eastwood is powered by Urwerk ’s UR-9.01 self-winding movement, which means that it is compatible with Eastwood ’s Any difference version is completely cosmetic. However, this is almost acceptable, because the rotating satellite torpedoes are not as impressive today as they were five years ago – the fascinating novel concept and age and the time display system in the Urwerk replica watch are few. Therefore, although the overall “wow” factor of the watch is reduced when using the same movement compared to other Urwerk UR-110s, it is still a welcome familiarity, it can make new materials and textures here shine.