Ulysse Nardin continues to grow its Diver collection. After the 44 mm models , the Swiss brand is presenting new 42 mm “three-hand” timepieces that offer water resistance to 300 meters/1,000 feet.
While maintaining a few details of the bigger siblings, like the curved bezel and the domed sapphire glass, the new Diver 42 models are characterized by an unmistakable vintage-look with a cleaned up dial design, hints of retro beige, and a focal second instead of a little second counter.
The GPS coordinates of Le Locle, the Manufacture’s old neighborhood since 1846, decorate the sand-impacted dial, available in blue or dark.
For phenomenal visibility, even in helpless light conditions, Super-LumiNova is utilized for the hands, the indices and the 0 on the rotating bezel.
Sufficiently slim to fit under a shirt, the new Diver 42 offers various lash/wristband options: blue fabric, dark veal, three-column stainless-steel or, in a first for Ulysse Nardin, a stainless-steel Milanese lattice arm band.
Beating at 28,800 vibrations each hour, oneself winding Caliber UN-816 offers a force save of 42 hours.
The Ulysse Nardin Diver 42 has a price of Euro 5,800 with lash or Euro 6,500 with metal arm band.
The Diver Blue Shark, a limited edition of 300 pieces in stainless steel with PVD blue bezel, a blue dial and a tie energized with bright orange contacts, is likewise available at a price of Euro 6,800. ulyssenardin.com