Ulysse Nardin Marine Chronometer Lady

Ulysse Nardin first began creating watches in 1846. His original intent was to “develop his own chronometers based on his extensive experience working with marine chronometers and astronomical timepieces.” Back then, advance navigation instruments were not available for ships, and there is only one precise instrument on board—their marine chronometers. The meticulous accuracy of the chronometers were extremely crucial for the sailors because that was the exclusive piece of technology that they can rely on while sailing and navigating the seas. Over the years, Ulysse Nardin frequently presented his marine chronometers to the Geneva and Neuchatel Observatories for rigorous testing, and proved their superiority in watchmaking industry. Ulysse Nardin carried on this legacy and created the Marine collection that uses many of the elements presented on antique chronometers.

Inspired by the power of the Ocean, Ulysse Nardin presents the stunning Marine Chronometer Lady (Ref. #: 1182-160C-3C/490)—a combination of precise watchmaking, aesthetic beauty, and innovative technology. Using Silicium technology, this watch uses a self-winding movement powered by UN-118 caliber. With 39mm 18K rose gold case set with 160 diamonds, this timepiece also features a white mother of pearl dial set with 57 diamonds. There is a 60 hours power reserve indicator sub-dial at 12 o’clock and a chronometer indicator on the sub-second dial with a small date aperture at 6 o’clock. The white rubber strap that matches with the color of the watch also comes with 18K rose gold element set with 74 diamonds.

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