30 Jul '12, 7am

Remember how I wore the URWERK UR-110 TTH for a month? Now you can read what I thought of it. Today on Worldtempus.

Remember how I wore the URWERK UR-110 TTH for a month? Now you can read what I thought of it. Today on Worldtempus.

The day I received the UR-110 TTH for a month’s worth of test wearing, I felt like a little kid in a candy store. I couldn’t believe anyone would lend me such a unique and precious watch. Somehow, too, I had a hard time believing that its creators, Felix Baumgartner and Martin Frei, were picturing my little wrist when they conceived this masculine beauty. No matter, I could hardly contain myself, so I ripped open the packaging and went about the business of winding and setting the time. This was far easier than I had ever dreamed it could be. Some complicated watches take a little more brain grease than others to set, and fumbling with small crowns can be quite tricky, particularly – and please excuse this aspect of feminine hands – if you want to keep your fingernails intact. The UR-110’s crown is as easy to manage as they come. Placed at the 12 o’clock position, it is em...

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