UR-100V P.02

Reference: UR-100V P.02
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Inspired by the experience of flying the Space Shuttle, the UR-100V P.02 is a limited-edition collaboration between Urwerk, Collective Horology, and the Intrepid Sea, Air & Museum.

This watch is available only to current and new members of Collective Horology. To learn more about membership, click HERE.

Goldsmith & Complications is the exclusive retailer for this piece.

Retail Price: $62,500
Case: titanium and stainless steel with a gunmetal PVD finish
Size: 49.7 x 41mm
Movement: automatic-winding manufacture caliber UR 12.02
Function: wandering hours and minutes, indicates the space shuttle's launch and landing sequences
Power Reserve: approximately 48 hours
Water Resistance: 30m
Dial: openworked
Hands: luminous hands and markers
Caseback: sapphire crystal
Strap/Bracelet: khaki green strap available in small, medium, and large sizes
Factory Warranty: two years


Collective Horology’s second collaboration in their Portfolio series is a three-way collaboration with Urwerk, the independent Swiss watch manufacturer, and the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York. The project has produced a bespoke timepiece that pays tribute to the experience of piloting the Space Shuttle Enterprise on the 40th anniversary of the first Space Shuttle program. It is the product of their shared passion for space exploration as well as their mutual quest for creative, concept-driven watches.

Ever wondered what that final countdown feels like before being launched into space? The Urwerk UR-100V P.02 collector’s wristwatch will give you an idea with a dial display that tracks the space shuttle program’s typical launch and landing sequences in minutes. These are visible through apertures that also show the approximate location of the shuttle at each phase of launch and landing. Green represents the shuttle on Earth. Blue indicates the shuttle traveling through the Earth’s sky or lower atmosphere. Red represents the upper atmosphere and black indicates the time in space or, more precisely, low earth orbit.