Would you pay $165,000 for this watch?

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The Urwerk 202 Twin Turbine Hammerhead White Gold has to be one of the coolest wrist watches that I’ve seen in a long while. Time on the UR-202 is displayed using telescopic minute hands operating through the middle of three orbiting and revolving hour satellites. The UR-202 is the world’s first watch with the winding rate regulated by fluid dynamics. Say what? It has a wild Steampunk meets the future style to it that really appeals to me and the crazy thing is that I haven’t worn a watch in years. I don’t think there are any worries that I’ll be wearing this one anytime soon anyway… The price tag is beyond OUCH! If you have Oprah bucks and want one, you can find them at exquisitetimepieces.com

9 thoughts on “Would you pay $165,000 for this watch?”

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  2. To the title question, no. With that price I’d have to wear a sign that says “I’m a dummy” AND go find a new wife !

  3. @Julie, I wouldn’t pay that much…. But can I be first-in-line to volunteer to test it and write a review when you get one in? Hahahaha

  4. it’s on my “to buy” list. just after I get rich or win the lottery or they start producing them in the USA and the amercan economy tanks.

  5. As far as I know, it need to be service annually. Not something that you put in a box, to be discover by your grandson in an attic by coincidence and work right away.
    So… big NO for me.

  6. I look at these wasteful things that cost many thousands like this watch that the rich (probably the ones we bailed out a few years back) wear to impress others and I think to myself “Self wouldn’t this money be better spent elsewhere, you know like donating it to some worthy charity. Buying a Timex to wear and putting that money to work for a better world.” I would be ashamed to wear something like this 😛

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