The Urwerk UR-210 Timepiece Almost Took 300 Hours To Craft By Hand
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The Urwerk UR-210 Timepiece Almost Took 300 Hours To Craft By Hand

Want to show your love of Dubai in a timeless way?

Urwerk has come up with a beautiful solution to showcase Dubai pride with the launch of the UR-210 watch.

The inspiration comes from the designer, Florian Güllert, experiencing Dubai first hand with three contradicting senses. The Endless flow of sand, the complete absence of sound in a world apart from the busyness of the urban giant that is Dubai.

The UR-210 is a dedication to the incredible city of Dubai.

The arabesque designed piece took almost 300 hours for Florian Güllert to carve by hand, making it a one-of-a-kind watch.

We enjoy the timepiece’s different and spirited design with a three-dimensional indicator of the minutes and high-tech structure that showcases geometric shapes and mechanisms that it contains.

The Bottom Line

If you are looking to showcase a beautiful timepiece on your wrist that is an homage to Dubai and also took almost 300 hours to craft by hand, then consider the Urwerk UR-210 watch. For more information, be sure to visit Urwerk’s website for more makes and models.

Steven M. Dolson
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Steven M. Dolson is the founder and editor-in-chief of both LXRY Magazine and WORLD LXRY, both digital luxury magazines covering Canadian Luxury and luxury around the world. He has a passion for the best experience for the best.

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