Ulysse Nardin Diver 42mm 8163-175-7M/93
Ulysse Nardin Winder Orientation and Settings
Ulysse Nardin is a pioneering watchmaker inspired by the sea, offering innovative timepieces for the free spirit. Founded in 1846 by Mr. Ulysse Nardin, a proud member of the global luxury group Kering since November 2014, Ulysse Nardin has written some of the best chapters in the history of haute horlogerie.
The company's earliest reputation came from its ties to the nautical world: its nautical chronometer is one of the most reliable ever produced and is still sought after by collectors around the world. A pioneer in cutting-edge technology and innovative use of materials such as silicon, the brand is one of the few with the expertise to produce its own high-precision components and movements.
This level of excellence in watchmaking has earned Ulysse Nardin a membership in the most exclusive Haute Horlogerie Foundation in the Swiss watchmaking world. Today, starting from its factories in Le Locle and La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, the brand's ongoing pursuit of horological perfection revolves around five collections: The Marine, the Diver, Classic, Executive and Freak.
The automatic movement of most Ulysse Nardin watches can be properly wound by most watch winders. Usually Ulysse Nardin's self-winding movements need to rotate 650–1100 revolutions per day, and most of them can be wound clockwise. So take your time and enjoy choosing a lovely spring that fits you and your watch. Each watch is a work of art, a unique specimen.
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