Since the company was founded in 1997 by designer Martin Frei and watchmaker Felix Baumgartner, Urwerk has emerged as one of the most prominent names in the horological industry’s outer fringes. This is thanks in no small part to a strong track record of challenging the regarded conventions of Swiss watchmaking. Yet despite (or perhaps because of) the low-volume firm’s unorthodoxy, it has taken them until now to come out with a watch for women. Thankfully, it’s been worth the wait. The moonphase UR-106 Lotus is as radical as you’d hope for, with three satellite hands, each with four hour numerals, sweeping along the minutes scale in an analogue and digital indication of time. Available in either titanium and steel with white diamonds, or Pvd-coated titanium and steel set with black diamonds, both versions will be limited to 11 pieces and set at a price of 87,400 USD.