URWERK UR-CC1 – 2 Unique Pieces for Marcus Watches in London
Marcus Watches in London had something to celebrate and that lead to them to make the Marcus Anniversary Exhibition . This is the sort of show you unquestionably need to visit! Visit London, sent your significant other/sweetheart over to Harrod’s, advise her she’s got the whole evening for herself, then head over to Marcus Watches…. to entertain yourself with a genuine watch heaven.
You’ll locate the most impeccable watches and not just that, Marcus Watches has ‘a few’ uncommon versions and piece one of a kind, extraordinarily made for Marcus Watches and your opportunity to make yourself something interesting! Like the two novel URWERK UR-CC1’s we show you today, one of my number one watches at any point made .
One of them is in 18 carat white gold (see photograph above) and the other one comes in a 18 carat white gold case with dark AlTiN covering. Incidentally, one of the explanation that this is one of my number one watches at any point created, is that Felix Baumgartner and Martin Frei from URWERK accomplished something that Patek Philippe couldn’t. They got the thing working!
Now one could say that the folks from URWERK had the upside of present day methods, computer helped plan, estimations, more current materials with that are stiffer, have less contact, and so on and that is all obvious. Anyway they additionally had the information and presumably likewise the instinct to glance in the correct area and weren’t modest to take a chance.
Through the sapphire precious stones in the sides of the white gold case, you can see the main parts that made it conceivable to work with roller pointers for the hours and minutes.
In terms of energy dissemination, roller pointers are troublesome. Truly troublesome. You need to think about that the measure of force needed to turn a roller, is substantially more then the measure of force needed to pivot an hour or moment hand. What’s more, you need to think about that varieties in energy, similar to an unexpected arrival of energy to pivot a roller, contrarily impacts the watches chronometric rates. That’s why watchmakers need to think about a specialized answer for store and delivery the energy to draw in the rollers without causing negative effect on the movement.
Yesterday I showed you the Maitres du Temps Chapter Two , that has roller pointers for day of the week and month. Inside that development, energy is being develop for some time to pivot the roller pointer. Developing energy to turn a roller once each month or once each 24 hours, is something completely unique then pivoting a roller full time and turning another one each hour.
The fundamental plate and a few other development parts are made in titanium, the case is made in 18 carat white gold. Incompletely brushed, part of the way cleaned. Also, in spite of the fact that it’s a weighty piece, it is comfortable as well.
The URWERK UR-CC1 is a talking piece, as they say. Once you’re got done with taking about the diverse Patek references, the UR-CC1 offers many, numerous hours of visual pleasure and conversations on how it functions. In this article you can peruse my broad clarification of how the UR-CC1 works. If you still can’t figure it out or on the off chance that you don’t need to understand it, you can generally welcome me to come over and clarify this superb watch 🙂
And before it slips my mind, the other extraordinary piece for Marcus Watches is additionally made in 18 carat white gold. Anyway this one is black AlTiN covered, with striking red lists. This is the “UR-CC1 Cobra AlTiN Marcus Piece Unique”.
For more data about these two exceptional URWERK’s you can either visit the Marcus Watches site or, when in London, visit the shop at 170 New Bond Street in London. On the off chance that you’re inspired by the cost, if it’s not too much trouble, ask the great people at Marcus Watches.
I might want to say thanks to Watch Anish for allowing me to utilize his magnificent photos! This article is composed by Frank Geelen, chief editorial manager for Monochrome Watches .