Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur Watch

Model no.              : 1182-310/42

Year                         : 2021

Movement             : Automatic

Casing                     : 18ct Rose Gold

Glass                        : Sapphire glass

Dial                           : Black

Diameter                 : 42 mm

Bracelet                   : Black Alligator Strap with Rose Gold Deployant Buckle

Condition                 : Excellent

Accessories             : COSC certificate, One Warranty Card and Two Booklets



For a vintage-inspired timepiece, the Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur is refined, well-designed, and yet, contemporary enough to make for a daily wear piece. The highlight of the watch, in my opinion, is the movement which offers quite a bit of value in terms of horological pedigree. The case of each Ulysse Nardin timepiece is individually numbered on the side. Iconic features of the Marine collection are in evidence: the Roman numeral indexes, and the emblematic logo with its flash of red in “1846”. Marine Torpilleur, a light, modern Marine timepiece for those who captain their own destiny.



All weights and measurements in the above descriptions are approximations only.
All watches are professionally checked, cleaned, polished, and serviced.
All items are supplied with generic boxes and packaging when the originals are not available.

About Ulysse Nardin Watches*

Ulysse Nardin is a manufacturer of luxury Swiss watches renowned for the reliability and chronometric functions. Created in 1846, the brand have been producing marine chronometers for the navy forces of over 50 countries worldwide. The sophisticated timepieces are precious items for every sophisticated collector. The company became known in the nautical world for manufacturing highly accurate marine chronometers and complicated timepieces used by over fifty of the world’s navies from the end of the 19th century till 1950. According to the last official report of Neuchâtel Observatory in Switzerland, Ulysse Nardin had won numerous awards and honors for its marine chronometers from 1846 to 1975, including 4324 certificates, 2411 special prizes and 18 gold medals at International Exhibitions.

*Source Wikipedia – Ulysse Nardin

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