Noteworthy Newcomer: Ulysse Nardin’s $9,600 Vintage-Inspired Diver “Le Locle”
Beginning in 1846, the year it was set up in Le Locle, Switzerland, Ulysse Nardin provided marine and pocket chronometers to maritime officials. He additionally used shipper chiefs who valued their precision and feel, and its anchor brand name turned out to be legitimately famous.
The origination of Ulysse is in Le Locle, Switzerland.
Nearly 120 years after the fact the brand had ventured into attractive plunging looks too. For its most recent contribution, the stunning Diver Le Locle, Ulysse Nardin honors its fundamental plunging model from 1964 housed in its document. The name, obviously, alludes to the company’s production in Le Locle, a temple to customary horology. A significant key to excellent vintage observes today .
This is the genuine vintage model that enlivened the present look. (Credit: Monochrome)
At first look the $9,600 Diver Le Locle may appear as though a wonderfully kept up vintage piece. Yet, its self-winding UN-320 assembling development is best in class, and incorporates silicium (silicon) innovation. Hard and light, silicon parts are not influenced by temperature nor susceptible to magnetism, unlike the Milgauss which is just safe , and doesn’t need lubrication.
Hard and light, silicon parts are not influenced. (credit: Monochrome)
Ulysse Nardin spearheaded their utilization in mechanical watchmaking, explicitly in making the escapement, “the core of the development where attraction, oil and high grinding are vital” as the company’s CEO Patrick Hoffmann has said.
The heart of the development where attraction, grease and high contact are critical, says CEO Patrick Hoffmann.
Diver Le Locle
The dark dialed excellence includes an amplified date at 3 o’clock and can be immediately set the two advances and in reverse. A jumping watch profoundly, it includes exceptionally legible Super Luminova records, the fundamental uni-directional bezel. Lets not fail to remember the water-protection from 100 meters. The case-back meanwhile uncovers a unique etching of a diver in the profundities of the ocean, while the dark lash which from the outset gives off an impression of being standard issue nylon is indeed built of durable sailcloth straight off a-list hustling yacht. This is to a greater degree an idealist’s apparatus watch than some Ulysse models , yet we figure its direct great looks and utility could speak to collectors. Bravo.
On the caseback it highlights a diver with a lance. The edges read “ULYSSE NARDIN” and “100 METERS”. (credit: Monochrome)