UR-112 Aggregat Odyssey

Reference: UR-112 Aggregat Odyssey

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Limited Edition: fewer than 12 pieces
Case: stainless steel with hinged cover that opens to reveal digital seconds and power reserve; titanium body
Size: 51 x 42 x 16mm (LWH)
Movement: automatic-winding manufacture caliber UR-13.01
Function: triangular prisms used for the digital jumping hour and running minute displays; digital seconds and power reserve located beneath the cover
Power Reserve: approximately 48 hours
Dial: two triangular prisms operating in separate transparent cylinders
Hands: luminous indications for the hours, minutes, seconds, and power reserve
Water Resistance: 30m
Caseback: sapphire crystal cylinders
Strap/Bracelet: canvas
Factory Warranty: two years


Streamlined like a Klingon Bird of Prey, grooved like the hull of the Battlestar Galactica - the UR-112 Aggregat Odyssey emerges from the Urwerk shipyard in a limited series.

The UR-112 Aggregat Odyssey displays jumping hours and trailing minutes on prisms. Shifted to the front of the watch, they are visible in their large sapphire crystal housings. As the hours jump on one side and the minutes advance in five-minute increments on the other, an additional trailing indicator shows the precise minutes.

The upper part of this wrist spacecraft is suitable for polishing. The grooved steel cover opens vertically to give access to the secondary power reserve and digital seconds indications. It is mirror-polished on the top with a bead-blasted edge. Its central titanium body is satin-brushed, grooved, sandblasted, and bead-blasted, thereby forming a field of functional microdots. The two steel wings of the UR-112 Odyssey fit into this central body.

The central body of the case contains the driving and regulating components of the UR-13.01 caliber: a large barrel providing 48 hours of power reserve, coupled with an automatic-winding rotor. Pressing the two pushers on the sides of the watch opens the cover to reveal the power-reserve indicator and the spectacular small seconds. The latter is composed of a skeletonized silicon disk attached to a red anodized aluminum bridge, a typical Urwerk design feature.