URWERK UR100-V P.02 for Collective
Limited Edition Watch and Memorabilia benefitting the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
$62,500 USD plus applicable taxes
Available to new and current Collective members
Delivers November 2021
Inspired by the Experience of Flying the Space Shuttle
Moored on the Hudson River in New York City, the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is home to the Space Shuttle Enterprise – the shuttle program’s original prototype. Together with the Museum, URWERK and Collective have designed the UR100-V P.02 – limited to 20 pieces – as a tribute to the experience of flying the Enterprise. Proceeds of each sale will benefit the Intrepid Museum.
No Ordinary Space Watch
“I knew URWERK didn’t want to do the classic space shuttle watch – black and white. Looking at the instrumentation, I can see exactly where the inspiration came from.”
-Eric Boehm, Curator of Aviation, The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
The P.02 draws its inspiration from the Enterprise’s flight deck – the gauges, colors, textures and fabrics. And its orbital display tells not only the time, but also traces key events of shuttle launch and landing.
Launch & Landing Indications
“We have two lateral indications on the watch to indicate a trip up to space and back to earth.”
-Martin Frei, Chief Designer and Co-founder, URWERK
Apertures along the upper left and right sides of the dial display the space shuttle program’s typical launch and landing sequences. They track key moments from launch and landing in minutes.
Left side launch aperture – three different phases are displayed:
- Green – the shuttle on Earth before launch – from the ground controllers performing their final systems and weather checks to its three main engines starting
- Blue – the solid boosters ignite to the main engines’ shut down
- Red – orbital altitude achieved
Right side landing aperture – four phases are displayed:
- Black – landing time tracking a 60 min countdown
- Red – the most intense phase of re-entry of the Space shuttle in the upper atmosphere
- Blue – the commander of the shuttle takes control for final descent and touchdown
- Green – the shuttle main landing gear touches down on the runway and the drag chute is deployed
Pricing & Availability
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To commemorate our collaboration, URWERK, Collective and the Intrepid have designed a limited edition mission patch and cap. The embroidered design honors classic space program mission patches, but brings the look into a modern context and the design language of URWERK.
The mission patch and cap are included with the purchase of the watch. They can also be purchased separately from the Collective Shop (i.e., no watch purchase necessary).