Since 1846, the powerful movement of the ocean has inspired Ulysse Nardin in its singular quest: the constant innovation of mechanical timepieces. Their latest creation is Marine Chronograph Annual Calendar.
The Ulysse Nardin Marine Chronograph Annual Calendar is housed in a solid 43mm stainless steel or 18k red gold case characterised by the typical elements of the Marine collections, including a ribbed bezel and a screw-crown covered with rubber to guarantee water resistance to 100 metres / 330 feet.
Halfway between a perpetual calendar, which doesn’t need to be corrected before the year 2100, and a simple calendar that requires five manual adjustments a year, the annual calendar recognises months composed of 30 and 31 days with the exception of February. So it only requires manual correction once a year.
Premiered earlier this year at Baselworld, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the brand’s Marine collection, this new marine-themed beauty is powered by a newly developed in-house calibre called UN-153 that beats at 28,800 vibrations per hour, proof of its extreme precision.
The Ulysse Nardin Marine Chronograph Annual Calendar can be matched to a strap with folding buckle (rubber or alligator leather) or to a steel bracelet with retail prices starting at Euro 11,900 / US$ 11,800.