HYT can, De Bethune can, MB&F can, Urwerk can... but ALS can't because they must take the standard - conservative route... sure, it will be something new and non standard by ALS standards, but in the segment of steel sport watches we have at least 16
I haven't even read the details yet and I already like it! I wonder which WatchProSite member is going to get this piece! Urwerk movement meets DeBethune case. Two outer space watch maisons team up to create a unique spaceship, wait, I meant timepiece!
I thought I’d share even though many I assume have read and seen the details elsewhere. Limited to 25 pieces in each of the Black and Iron. Retail price is US$49,000. In addition the “standard” satellite display / wandering hours the UR-100 also provides
but the height of the watch remains the same making the curve more pronounced on the 40mm case than on the 44mm case of LM1. I have seen you wear your Urwerk very well on your wrist which makes me think that the LM1 would also suit your wrist fine due the
Thank you so much for your great input and thoughts. It is very interesting what you say about case size and your Urwerk, because that was something that would scare me a bit. That’s also why I never tried one on, probably. Conceptually and as design obje