Just half a month prior, on the event of the Monaco Yacht Show, Ulysse Nardin revealed its new Diver Chronometer , a smoothed out and cleaner take on the meaningful model. This assortment is presently complemented with a more modest 42mm model (versus 44mm for the Diver Chronometer). In particular, not exclusively does the distance across change, yet this watch will be the new passage level piece of the brand. For those searching for a Ulysse Nardin watch, the new Diver can be yours for CHF 5,800. We should investigate the new Ulysse Nardin Diver 42mm.
If the plan motivation stays as before, with a curved bezel and a domed sapphire gem, the new Diver 42mm isn’t simply more modest. This three-hander has a cool neo-vintage look. The cleaned up dial has a lovely grained surface with a sand-impacted completion and retro-styled beige signs. It likewise incorporates an astonishing line of text, which really is the longitude and scope of Le Locle, Switzerland, the old neighborhood of the brand. As you would anticipate from a jump watch, the new models highlight iridescent hour markers and hands, a unidirectional bezel with a 60-minute scale and the suitable water-opposition (300m).
The instance of the Ulysse Nardin Diver 42mm has likewise gone through an inconspicuous update. Absolutely, it presently gauges 2mm less in distance across however that is not all. It has been “restrained” without any defensive gadget around the crown (for a more prudent and more retro style) and the carries are likewise somewhat slimmer. However, the mark components of the UN Diver, like the ventured hauls, the combination of brushed and cleaned surfaces, or the larges scores on the bezel, are as yet present. Not any more coordinated elastic tie either, as Ulysse Nardin decided to be more old style here.
Powering the new Ulysse Nardin Diver 42mm is the programmed type UN-816 with hours, minutes, focal seconds and date (a generally watchful window at 6 o’clock). This development depends on a Sellita SW300, broadly altered by Ulysse Nardin to consolidate in-house silicon components for the managing organ. Working at 28,800 vibrations each hour, it flaunts a 42-hour power save. The strong caseback is engraved either with an anchor intention or a shark (for the blue shark edition).
There is a wide scope of ties to browse: material or calf cowhide lashes in dark or dull blue. The watch can likewise be worn on a Milanese lattice arm band on the off chance that you are up for an all the more steely, unconventional yet smart choice, or on an exemplary diver-styled steel wristband. Last, there is a Blue Shark restricted release (300 pieces) in blue PVD-covered steel with orange accents.
Dark dial, calf tie: 8163-175/92 Blue dial, Milanese lattice wristband: 8163-175-7MIL/93 Blue Shark Limited Edition: 8163-175LE/93-BLUESHARK Blue dial, material lash: 8163-175/93 Black dial, Milanese cross section arm band: 8163-175-7MIL/92
The Ulysse Nardin Diver 42mm retails for CHF 5,800 on material or calfskin lash and CHF 6,500 on a Milanese lattice wristband. As a comparison, the Diver Chronometer 44mm with in-house development comes in at CHF 7,900 on an elastic tie. The Blue Shark restricted release retails for CHF 6,800. For more data about the new Diver 42 mm watches, kindly visit www.ulysse-nardin.com .
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