The Ulysse Nardin brand is firmly related to the marine world since 1846, when Ulysse Nardin began planning his first marine deck chronometers.
Suitably, the current Marine line keeps a few of the plan attributes of those legacy marine watches.
This year, every so often of the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie held in Geneva, the line has been altogether improved by the Marine Tourbillon Grand Feu, a new model which combines a flying tourbillon with a Grand Feu polish dial.
Delivered in-house at Le Locle, Switzerland, the recently evolved programmed UN-128 type exploits the excellent silicium properties for both escapement and spring. Beating at 28,800 vibrations each hour, it offers a 60-hour power hold.
Situated at 6 o’clock, the flying tourbillon isn’t just a hypnotizing system that the proprietor can appreciate gazing at yet additionally a specialized arrangement which upgrades the precision of the development by balancing the negative impacts of gravity. Confine, wheels, screws and hairspring of the flying tourbillon are delivered altogether in-house by Ulysse Nardin.
The refined specialized system is outlined by a valuable Grand Feu polish dial made in-house by Ulysse Nardin veneer experts Donzé Cadrans. Its exquisite pale smooth tone is an immediate aftereffect of an interaction which traces all the way back to the 17th century. The Grand Feu lacquer gets its name from the excellent warmth needed to combine the polish powder in a furnace.
The rich hands and roman numerals pleasantly complement the style of the Grand Feu dial that in a split second imprint the watch as having a place with the Marine Collection. They demonstrate hours and minutes, while the pointer at 12 o’clock shows time staying on the 60-hour power hold.
Water impervious to 100 meters/330 feet, the 43 mm treated steel case with angled edges is upgraded by a screw down crown with an elastic score intended for simple taking care of.
Communicating three key estimations of the brand, in-house creation, specialized cutting edge and craftsmanship, the Ulysse Nardin Marine Tourbillon Grand Feu (ref. 1283-181/EO) has a retail cost of Swiss Francs 28,000 which sounds pretty engaging, particularly when compared to other tourbillon watches at a similar degree of value. ulysse-nardin.com
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