Urwerk calls the movement their UR 9.01, and it is easily the high point of the watch. The movement is an automatic, and has those cool little "turbines" visible through the rear of the watch that spin when the rotor is spinning. Urwerk also points out that the turbines helps prevent shock damage to the rotor. Back on the dial you have the three satellites that have four hours on each of them. When moving around, they always point "forward" while moving. That is pretty cool, and when they move close to the minute scale, the correct hour on the cube spins around. Telling the time is easy, and the idea behind the placement of the minute scale is so that it is the first part of the watch you see when your arm peeks out from under a sleeve.
Based on the Sporting watch case, this large piece is 44.8mm wide in steel. I have to say, despite all the crap Ralph Lauren watches get given their price, they do (in cooperation with Richemont), make a pretty nice timepiece. Quality is good, and for the most part you are getting a Piaget/IWC/Jaeger-LeCoultre with another name on the dial. These are the three brands that make movements in the Ralph Lauren watches, and the cases and other components are from the same places as I understand it. Sure, Ralph Lauren Watches as a brand didn't exist a few years ago. I don't really care. In fact, what I care about with any watch is that it looks good and is made well. What they did in 1896 doesn't really matter to me as much, because I promise you, they don't do it the same way today - even if a brand was around back then.
Patek Philippe Grand complications
Bulging corners on the watch part of the winch connection system. Only the top two ones are for operating the watch though. This is where the winch system comes in. Cabestan provides a tiny mechanical winch that you attach to the case. Attaching it to the left side allows you to wind the movement (which has a three day power reserve), and right side is for changing the time. It works beautifully in an oddly over-engineered manner. The winch itself is made up of about 40 parts. It is a testament to horology that something that like even exists as it sits on the tip of your finger and even has a sapphire exhibition window to see the parts. The internal mechanism mostly acts as winding limiter to prevent you from over-winding and damaging the movement.
Bausele's brand slogan is "Australian Soul - Swiss Made." It should probably be changed to "Australian Soil - Swiss Made." Why? See that rather obviously too-large crown? Well, it is filled with one of three choices of dirt! Not just any dirt, Australian dirt, mate.