Swiss watchmaker Ulysse Nardin has announced that it will introduce the Marine Perpetual that builds upon the success of the Perpetual Calendar.
The 45.8 mm watch is produced in stainless steel with a matte-black rubber coating and contains an in-house self-winding caliber UN-33 mechanism with hour and minute functions. In addition, it boasts a Perpetual Calendar that is adjustable over a single crown and a big date in double window at the 2 o’clock position.
Crafted in collaboration with a diamond-setting specialist, the Marine Perpetual features a bezel that is set with 54 baguettes diamonds, black ceramic baguettes or colored sapphires.
It is available in a number of versions. The coloured sapphire editions in blue, red or green are made from the hardest classified mineral after diamond. The black model is presented with stones made from ceramic.
Each model will be limited in its availability upon launch. The model with a diamond set bezel and those versions with coloured sapphire bezels will be limited to only 28 pieces. The model with a black ceramic bezel will be limited to 99 pieces.
The Marine Perpetual boasts a minimum power reserve of approximately 48 hours and is water resistant to 20 bar (200 meters or 660 feet). Every timepiece will be supplied on a rubber strap with two ceramic elements and a folding clasp.
- Self-winding caliber UN-33 chronometer movement
- 45.8 mm case produced in stainless steel with matte-black rubber coating
- Perpetual Calendar adjustable over single crown
- Big date in double window at the 2 o’clock position
- Small seconds at 9 o’clock
- Screw down security crown
- Anti-reflective sapphire crystal display
- Bezel set with either 54 baguettes diamonds, black ceramic baguettes or coloured sapphires
- Minimum power reserve of approximately 48 hours
- Water resistant up to a pressure of 20 bar (200 m / 660 ft)
- Supplied on a rubber strap with two ceramic elements and folding clasp