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A Look at the Ulysse Nardin Marine Grand Deck Tourbillon (video)

A Look at the Ulysse Nardin Marine Grand Deck Tourbillon (video)

The 35th Annual America’s Cup gets underway tomorrow, after today’s delay due to exceptionally strong winds in Bermuda.   It seems as fitting a time as any to take a look at one of the more exceptional and exclusive nautically-themed pieces recently released by Ulysse Nardin, the Grand Deck Tourbillon.  Though the ...

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Photo Gallery: Enameling at Ulysse Nardin’s Swiss Dial Factory

Photo Gallery: Enameling at Ulysse Nardin’s Swiss Dial Factory

Recently, our friends at WatchTime India visited the Ulysse Nardin enameling unit, Donzé Cadrans, in Le Locle, Switzerland. The team at this Swiss dial manufacture, acquired by UN in 2011, took them through the process of enameling in detail. Click through the gallery to see what they discovered

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HANDS-ON: Ulysse Nardin’s surprise sailing watch – the Marine Regatta

HANDS-ON: Ulysse Nardin’s surprise sailing watch – the Marine Regatta

Ulysse Nardin made their name way back in 1846 making marine chronometres – highly accurate ship’s clocks that were an essential navigational tool in the times before radio and GPS. These days the Le Locle-based brand still makes chronometre-style timepeices, but as a celebration of heritage rather than a practical ...

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ULYSSE NARDIN CLASSIC PERPETUAL LUDWIG

ULYSSE NARDIN CLASSIC PERPETUAL LUDWIG

In life we often needlessly complicate the simple. However, Ludwig Oechslin, Master Watchmaker, was adept at simplifying the complicated. He was responsible for creating Ulysse Nardin’s first perpetual calendar in 1996; a timepiece which refined the complication to the essential, removing the extraneous. This new ...

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JUST A SIMPLE GOOD LOOKING WATCH: ULYSSE NARDIN DIVER LE LOCLE

JUST A SIMPLE GOOD LOOKING WATCH: ULYSSE NARDIN DIVER LE LOCLE

A hundred and seventy-one years of history must make for a heck of a book of records, to draw inspiration from. For Ulysse Nardin, 1964 is just a good halfway into that book. But if the new Diver Le Locle is anything to go by, it goes to show that no matter what time or era a simple, good piece of design was conceived ...

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Déja Vu All Over Again: Ulysse Nardin InnoVision 2

Déja Vu All Over Again: Ulysse Nardin InnoVision 2

Ten years after the groundbreaking InnoVision 1 concept watch, Ulysse Nardin unveils InnoVision 2. Anyone worried that Ulysse Nardin might have lost its appetite for innovation in the wake of the death of long-time owner, Rolf Schnyder, in 2011, and its takeover by France’s giant Kering Group in 2014, will be ...

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Ulysse Nardin Classico Paul David Nardin

Ulysse Nardin Classico Paul David Nardin

Recent Ulysse Nardin debuts, with the exception of the firm’s new Diver Le Locle, have been complicated timepieces that do much to underscore the watchmaker’s deep technical abilities. Known for its marine chronometers, its artistic dial making and, of course, for its pioneering role in developing silicon and ...

Hands-On – Ulysse Nardin Classico Paul David Nardin

Hands-On – Ulysse Nardin Classico Paul David Nardin

This year, Ulysse Nardin is on the rush… After the impressive collection launched at the SIHH 2017, which showed more modern and more refined designs, yet “very Ulysse” in the style, we now have a succession of several rather surprising watches, with a vintage-inspired theme. After the Diver Le Locle, a dive watch ...

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Introducing The Ulysse Nardin Diver Le Locle (Live Pics & Pricing)

Introducing The Ulysse Nardin Diver Le Locle (Live Pics & Pricing)

Think Ulysse Nardin, and generally the first thing you think of is the Freak. Behind the Freak, however, is the fact that Ulysse Nardin was the very first company to introduce a watch with silicon components, and since the Freak debuted nearly 20 years ago, UN has been introducing silicon components in a wider and ...

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