Urwerk unveils the latest addition to its collection with the UR-100V Time and Culture I, the first in a line of watches dedicated to perceptions of time through the ages and cultures. The first piece finds its inspiration in 15th century Central America and uses the “Sun Stone,” one of the most emblematic works of Aztec art, to decorate the watch’s copper-colored dome.
The UR-100V saga continues with a new addition to the collection, the UR-100V Full Titanium Jacket, a single-color version that features different shades of grey, from Payne grey to lead grey. This 25-piece limited-edition UR-100V is enhanced by a custom-designed metal bracelet with 32 sandblasted titanium links.
The Urwerk UR-112 Aggregat offers fully digital time displays. The hours and minutes are displayed on triangular prisms that appear to levitate inside two transparent cylinders on the front of the watch. The digital hour display is on the left. On the right, the same system displays the minutes, which jump in five-minute increments.