URWERK UR-210Y Black Hawk Watch

By Jovan Krstevski




Here is one of the latest creations to emerge from the URWERK atelier.  The new URWERK UR-210Y “Black Hawk” tells the time through a satellite complication display with wandering hour and retrograde minute indicators.


On the dial, there are two retrograde indicators, one at 1 o’clock – the traditional power reserve indicator – and another at 11 o’clock. The latter indicates how much power the watch has consumed over the last two hours.

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The case is made of high-tech titanium and AlTiN-treated steel, which increases the resistance to scratches and acids.  The URWERK UR-210Y Black Hawk comes equipped with a black fabric strap which goes very well together with the rest of the watch.


The case back offers a limited view of the URWERK Caliber UR-7.10 fitted with 51 jewels, mono-metallic balance, spring flat balance, turbine equipped self-winding mechanism and which provides a power reserve of 39 hours.  The winding efficiency indicator – a world-first – lets you see if you are active enough to “refuel” the watch with energy via the automatic winding rotor, or if the watch is running on stored energy.  It can also let you change the winding efficiency of the rotor so that it matches your daily rhythm, and it can even let you switch to manual winding mode. The watch is waterresistant to a depth of 30 meters.

The UR-210Y “Black Hawk” is available in a limited edition of 75 pieces in titanium and AlTiN-treated steel.  Price $175,000 USD. For more info visit: urwerk.com

Technical Specifications

Material: Titanium and AlTiN-treated steel
Dimensions: Width 43.8mm, length 53.6mm, thickness 17.8mm
Glasses: Sapphire crystal
Water resistance: 30m/100’/3ATM
Surface finishes: Satin finish; bead-blasted
Strap: Fabric
Caliber UR-7.10
Jewels: 51
Escapement: Swiss lever
Balance: Monometallic
Frequency: 28,800v/h, 4Hz
Balance spring: Flat
Power source: Single mainspring barrel
Power reserve: 39 hours
Winding system: Self-winding coupled to turbines
Materials: Plate in ARCAP P40; 3D minute hand in aluminum with brass counterweight; central cylindrical spiral in spring-steel; hour satellites in aluminum; central carrousel and screws in Titanium Grade 5
Surface finishes: Circular graining, sandblasted, circular and straight satin-finished plate; satin-finished and diamond-polished satellites; beveled and polished screw heads
Patented revolving satellite complication with wandering hour and three-dimensional retrograde minute hand; power reserve indicator; winding efficiency indicator (patent pending)
Super-LumiNova treatment on markers, dials, indexes, hands, and satellites
Two-position winding crown
On the back: winding efficiency selector


Jovan Krstevski – Founder, Proprietor & Executive Editor

Watch collector, aficionado and a Event profile in the Swedish nightlife.  He launched Watchgeek back in 2011, which is now known as WristReview.  He quotes ’WristReview is a site to help people find, explore, discover and enjoy wristwatches. ’  His passion jump started in his early teens, when he was given his first mid-range wristwatch which was an Omega Seamaster.  Since then he has always been in love with wristwatches!