Pre-SIHH 2018 – Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur Military

Pre-SIHH 2018 – Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur Military

Earlier this year, Ulysse Nardin dispatched another watch that we here at MONOCHROME idea best represented the embodiment of the brand, the  Marine Torpilleur . Outwardly roused by antique Marine Chronometers, fueled by an in-house development with silicon parts (UN were the first to furnish a watch with that), this piece showed a by and large pretty cool look promptly unmistakable as UN and an alluring sticker price. All things considered, as the SIHH 2018 is gradually showing up, Ulysse Nardin has revealed another form of this watch, the Marine Torpilleur Military. And keeping in mind that it is actually and in fact (almost) a similar watch, the look is something completely different.

In June this year,  Ulysse Nardin disclosed the Marine Torpilleur , a thoroughly examined facelift to revitalize the brand’s significant Marine assortment. Marginally more straightforward in plan, with old style carries, a more slender case and a sensible measurement of 42mm, it didn’t fail to remember all the excellence of the Marine assortment, with a dial that was unmistakably roused by late-19th and mid 20th century chronometers created by the brand (don’t fail to remember that these marine chronometers were the strength of the brand since its origin, back in 1846). While dressed to be worn on the wrist, the Marine Torpilleu kept all the credits of a good marine instrument: clarity, precision (on account of the COSC-ensured development), and an exemplary presentation with enormous Roman numerals, little seconds and force reserve.

For the SIHH 2018, Ulysse Nardin comes back with another adaptation of this fruitful watch, presently with the Marine Torpilleur Military. It isn’t viewed as a legacy piece any longer, however more a goal of configuration, to make something more current, more unique, and for the most part new for the brand. Obviously, as a military-enlivened piece, Ulysse Nardin plays with some vintage codes, yet without getting lost seeing its own past. This Marine Torpilleur Military is a genuine curiosity for UN… And it shows very some solid plan choices.

The first thing to grab the eye unquestionably is the situation. Still in tempered steel, actually formed similarly, with an extra-flimsy fluted bezel and conventional hauls, it nonetheless, changes in style with a completely matte, sand-impacted completion, which gives the Marine Torpilleur Military an unpleasant, practically modern device look. Regarding measurements, the case is additionally bigger than the standard version, as it presently gauges 44mm in distance across. At long last, it features an larger than usual crown with jewel shape, an exemplary style for military pieces. it is joined to cowhide ties with a marginally matured/vintage feel and the back is stepped with a particular Torpilleur boat.

As for the dial, Ulysse Nardin makes some solid developments as well. No white plate with customary Roman numerals this time. All things being equal, the Marine Torpilleur Military uses radiant Arabic numerals, combined with UN mark hands. Uplifting news: no more date window. Likewise, UN has decided to make this watch somewhat cleaner, by eliminating the force save. The little second at the 6 remaining parts the solitary extra sign. Inside this sub-dial are two bits of text: a red number comparing to the quantity of the piece (from 0 to 300) and C.W. for “Chronometer Watch“.

Two renditions of the Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur Military will be available:

  • Ref. 1183-320LE/60 – Steel case, eggshell white dial, dark illustrated numerals, darkened hands, tan cowhide lash with eggshell white stitching
  • Ref. 1183-320LE/62 – Steel case, black dial with orange Arabic numerals and super-luminova-covered hands, black calfskin tie with orange stitching

Inside the instance of the Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur Military ticks a restrictive development, created and fabricated by the brand in its Le Locle-based offices. This UN-118 development includes the exclusive Silicium anchor escapement, created in-house, and it flaunts both COSC certificate and the Ulysse Nardin testament, a twofold assurance of the best standards. This current automatic calibre ticks at 28,800 vibrations each hour with a force hold of 60 hours.

The Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur Military will be authoritatively presented in January, at the SIHH 2018. The two versions will be the cost at CHF/EUR 7,900. More subtleties on .

Technical Specifications – Ulysse Nardin Marine Torpilleur Military

  • Case: 44mm breadth – sand-impacted tempered steel – sapphire gem with AR-covering – steel stepped caseback –  5 ATM/50 m water resistant.
  • Movement: Caliber UN-118 with automatic winding – 60 h power hold – 28,800 vibrations each hour – 50 gems – hours, minutes, little seconds – COSC confirmation, Ulysse Nardin certification
  • Strap: Black or Tan cowhide lash, steel collapsing buckle
  • References: 1183-320LE/60 (eggshell white dial) – 1183-320LE/62 (dark and orange dial)
  • Limited Edition of twice 300 pieces
  • Price: EUR/CHF 7,900