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Urwerk

UR-105CT Streamliner

on Black Leather Strap with Skeleton Dial

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Case Material: Titanium
Case Size: 39.5mm
Movement: Automatic
Dial: Skeleton
Bracelet: Black Alligator Leather
Retail Price: $69,000

Condition: This watch is in Mint Condition.* Complete with Box and Papers.

$ 51,750

* We have graded this watch to be 95% - there are minor scuffs or some wear on strap

Description

Capturing the American Streamline Moderne period is the Streamliner Black with odes to the sleek profiles of planes, trains, and automobiles during the 1930's. The titanium and black PVD coated steel watch has revolving satellite hours, a 48 hour power reserve indicator, and comes on a black strap. Limited to 50 pieces.
Compared to earlier versions of the UR-105, the movement inside the UR-105 CT Streamliner has been upgraded and streamlined. The wandering hour indication is based on an aluminium carrousel bearing four satellites with three revolving numerals for the hours, picked out in Super-LumiNova®. The carousel of the UR-105 CT Streamliner models is now openworked making it lighter and stronger. Other upgrades include a digital seconds counter capable of indicating tens of seconds placed on an aerated honeycomb structure and a power reserve indicator on the right.
By sliding the catch on the top of the case, the hood/hatch rises and reveals the movement of the UR-105 CT, a wandering hours indication traversing a 60-minute scale that has become Urwerk’s distinguishing trait. Hardly a novelty, wandering hours have been wandering around
More than just a mood, the Streamliners capture the Art Deco temperament and vitality of New York City. The inspiration behind this particular watch. Frei was was quoted as saying. “I was really inspired by New York and Art Deco and that optimistic outlook on technology and materials that the city embraced.”
The UR-105 CT is a direct descendant of the UR-103.
Martin Frei and Felix Baumgartner fused their respective skills and founded Urwerk 21 years ago. A designer, artist and documentary filmmaker, Martin Frei is the creative component of the dynamic duo, responsible for the radical shape of Urwerk’s cases.
Felix Baumgartner is a hardcore watchmaker and the micro-mechanical genius who makes the watches tick.