Ulysse Nardin, a prestigious independent watchmaker known for its creativity in watchmaking and mastery of fine arts and extraordinary dials, introduces a new twist to the dials of its Diver Starry Night and Marine Torpilleur Moonphase Aventurine watches. These models draw inspiration from the brand’s historic marine chronometers, renowned for their accuracy and reliability in navigation.
Ulysse Nardin’s legacy in precision craftsmanship dates back to the 19th and 20th centuries, when it was celebrated for its deck chronometers, vital for naval navigation. The brand’s Marine Chronometer, a symbol of this heritage, influenced the creation of the Marine Torpilleur Moonphase Aventurine.
This limited edition timepiece, capped at 300 units, features a captivating blue aventurine dial, resembling a starry night sky, encased in a 42 mm stainless steel frame. It runs on the in-house UN-119 Manufacture calibre, featuring silicon and DIAMonSIL components for durability and shock resistance. The watch displays power reserve and small seconds along with a moon phase disc, enhancing its elegance.
The Diver Starry Night, inspired by the Milky Way, boasts a shimmering dial combining iridescent mother-of-pearl and blue aventurine glass. It’s adorned with diamonds on the bezel and hour markers, and powered by the calibre UN-816 with silicon components. This versatile 39 mm steel diver’s watch, water-resistant up to 300 metres, is available with blue textured rubber or white alligator straps and ensures visibility in low light with SuperLuminova®-coated hands and markers.
The Torpilleur Aventurine retails for SGD 19,100 and the Diver Aventurine for SGD 20,600, including tax.