The UR-110 is a watch with attitude. From the base of its unusual asymmetrical case to the three arrow-shaped “torpedoes” flying in formation with the mission of indicating the time, the UR-110 has serious attitude.
Enveloped in a secure titanium case, planetary gearing keeps the three hour satellites in parallel formation as they take turns to indicate the time as they pass the 60-minute track. An "Oil Change" indicator alerts the user when it is time for a service; a “Day/Night” indicator helps keep track of changing time zones; and twin turbines on the back minimize wear in the automatic winding system.
This new complication is made possible thanks to a construction with three levels of complexity:
|Movement||:||Calibre UR 9.01 mechanical, automatic winding|
|Power reserve||:||39 hours|
|Winding system||:||Uni-directional rotor regulated by double turbines|
|Finish||:||Matting, circular graining and diamond-cuts|
|Indications||:||Satellite complication with rotating hour/minute modules mounted on planetary gears Control Board: “Day/Night” indicator ; “Oil Change” alerting service intervals and small seconds|
|Case||:||in Grade 5 titanium with bezel in 316L stainless steel|
|Dimensions||:||47mm X 51mm X 16mm|
|Crown||:||Two position with integrated protection|
|Water resistance||:||3 ATM|