In one magnificent timekeeping instrument, the Marine Tourbillon unites the three fundaments of Ulysse Nardin’s identity: in-house production, technical avant-garde and masterful artistry.
Expressing the brand’s development and continued independence, the in-house UN-128 caliber movement boasts an incredible 60-hour power reserve indicator – a precious asset in marine instruments, then and now. And its exceptional flying tourbillon – the apex of the watchmaker’s craft – represents a major leap forward in the quest for ever more precision in mechanical timekeeping, as do its silicium escapement and hair-spring. The unmistakable traits of the Marine Collection are highlighted by its magnificent Grand Feu enamel dial. The beautifully pale color of this enamel, prized by connoisseurs, is achieved by very few, and the Ulysse Nardin company, Donzé Cadrans, are among those who have mastered this delicate art.