The secret of great talent is to make the difficult easy.

Since 1846 the company of Le Locle, thanks to precision andreliability of its onboard chronometers, it has always been the first choice of captains and captains of ships around the world, safely carrying thousands of crews and hundreds of explorers to their destinations.

Over the years, several Master watchmakers they made a fundamental contribution to the success of the Manufacture by designing new ones broken in the watchmaking tradition, but one above all, Ludwig Oeschlin to which Ulysse Nardin dedicates this timepiece, has been able to solve the most difficult problems and imagine new calibers, entering the Hall of Fame of the world of hands and collecting prizes for their innovations.

One of the children of his own talent is the caliber UN-33, which for the first time in the history of Haute Horlogerie, allows the setting of settings of a perpetual calendar (date, month, year) thanks to the use of the crown, giving the possibility to move back and forth in time without the risk of damaging the movement. An ultra complex system, rendered this way straightforward and simple, also guaranteeing aimpermeability of 30 meters and one reserve de marche 48 hours.


The settings of the calendar (large date in double window ah 2, month and day of the week in the center of the dial, year in a double window at 6 o'clock and small seconds at 9 o'clock) are perfectly distributed on the silver dial giving a pure feeling lightness and sobriety, while the hands blued they offer better contrast and perfect readability of the time at any time of the day.

Thanks to the case diameter in steel of 41mm, this timepiece elegance e refined, with soft lines and cared for in every single one detail, satisfies the tastes of the most demanding customers and collectors, adapting well to most of the size of his wrists.

The caseback in sapphire crystal showcases the soul of the movement taking us for a moment to the mountains of Le Locle, home of the Manufacture Ulysse Nardin, proudly carrying on oscillating weight the logo of the Swiss town and themore naval, symbol of a long and prestigious seeds in continuous ascent.


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