urwerk - URWERK UR-106  “Pink Lotus”
urwerk - URWERK UR-106  “Pink Lotus”

URWERK UR-106 “Pink Lotus”

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Within the UR-106 black pink watch turns a shadowy carousel, encased in gleaming black under an arch of jet-black diamonds. Vivid, shocking pink flares like a firework in the night, focusing the mind on the essential — the hourly milestones of time, as they rotate into position to accomplish their 60-minute patrol.
Like virtually all of URWERK’s models, the UR-106 Pink Lotus is based on the wandering hours principle. Three satellite arms, each bearing four numerals, carry successive hours across a scale of minutes in a dynamic display of the inexorable progress of time. A labyrinthine moon sweeps across the night to complete the picture. “We paid particular attention to the details of this UR-106 version,” declare its creators, Felix Baumgartner and Martin Frei. “The carousel and satellites have been worked on by hand to create a special satin finish, while our workshops have carefully painted each hour numeral and cut-out minutes scale. The moon shines in a sky of lapis-lazuli blue selected from hundreds of different shades, while the outline of the lotus on the back is exactly as Martin drew it. We wanted a sleek, handsome watch for our UR-106 series, and for us this is a mission success.”

Technical specifications

- Steel case and titanium crown,
- Black PVD coated and set with black diamonds,
- Titanium caseback
- Dimension : 35mm wide; 49.4mm long; 14.45mm high
- Glasses : Sapphire crystal
- Water resistance : Pressure tested to 3 ATM (30 meters)
- Selfwinding caliber  UR 6.01
- 48H Power Reserve
- Circular graining, Sanding, Brushing
- Chamfered screw heads
- Sanded and Brushed baseplate
- Carousel and hours satellites sanded and brushed by hand
- Openworked minutes track
- Labyrinth-style moon in silver on a lapis-lazuli disc
- Hand-painted Hours & Minutes in SuperLuminova
- Wandering Hours, Minutes & Moonphases 

Who's who

“We don’t try to bring out new versions of existing complicated mechanisms,” explains watchmaker Felix Baumgartner, co-founder of URWERK. “Our watches are unique because they are all designed as original works, which makes them rare and priceless.” 
Chief designer Martin Frei, the company’s other co-founder, signs the original styling of each URWERK model. “I come from a background where creativeness has no limits. I am in no way prisoner of the traditional constraints of watchmaking, and I can therefore be freely inspired by my cultural heritage.” 
Founded in 1997, URWERK has been celebrating its 20 years as a pioneer in the watchmaking landscape. Producing just 150 watches a year, the company sees itself as a craftsman’s studio where traditional expertise coexists with avant-garde styling. The company manufactures modern and complex watches that are unlike any other and in keeping with the most demanding criteria of fine watchmaking: independent design and research, advanced materials and handcrafted finishes. 
The name URWERK comes from the ancient city of Ur of the Chaldees in Mesopotamia, founded nearly 6,000 years ago where the Sumerian inhabitants first established units of time based on the shadows cast by its monuments. Ur in the German language also means primeval or original and Werk means an achievement or a mechanism. Thus URWERK can be translated as an original movement — a tribute to generations of watchmakers whose work has resulted in what we know today as haute horlogerie, or superlative watchmaking. 
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