Whenever we talk about the unique and playful Urwerk replica watch, it’s par for the course to say that these spectacular machines have just got to be seen to be believed. The newest release from their mad scientists, the Urwerk UR-210 CP “Clou de Paris replica watch,” is no different, with a black and textured visual refresh.
Literally translated “nails of Paris,” the Clous de Paris is a traditional guilloche pattern of hollowed, intersecting lines that form tiny pyramidal shapes. It’s these shapes that ultimately create a bumpy texture reminiscent of a hobnail pattern in glassware, and leave the wearer with a highly tactile level of interaction with the playful Urwerk UR-210 CP “Clou de Paris replica watch.
On the upper right side of the Urwerk UR-210 CP “Clou de Paris replica watch, you’ll notice a traditional power reserve indicator, letting you know how much of the watch’s 39-hour reserve remains. And on the left, you’ll notice the red and green winding efficiency indicator – an Urwerk innovation that lets you know how efficiently you’re adding power to the movement over time.
You’ll notice on the back of the strange Urwerk UR-210 CP “Clou de Paris replica watch case a series of efficiency selectors which enable the wearer to interact with the watch in a third way, where – armed with the knowledge of both the remaining reserve and the current winding efficiency – you’re able to select the degree of sensitivity with which the mainspring collects energy.
The rest of the fashion and advanced Urwerk UR-210 CP “Clou de Paris” replica watch tells the time in spectacular Urwerk fashion, and thanks to the luminous green-on-black contrast, it looks to be brighter and more legible than ever. Each of the satellite hour pointers trace a 120° arc across the dial’s minute track from right to left, leaving little doubt as to what time is being displayed at any given moment. Then, at the top of the hour, the retrograde minute pointer snaps back to the right of the dial to dock with the next hourly satellite – an action that is completed in less than a tenth of a second.