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Meet the new Marine Tourbillon Grand Feu, a perfect complement legendary maritime collection manufactory Ulysse Nardin.

Sea – an integral part of the history of the factory since 1846, when the young watchmaker Ulysse Nardin has created his first deck chronometer.

From its earliest days, its precise navigation systems evaluated and sailors and naval fleets around the world, because an error of a few seconds in the sea can result in success or failure when it comes to life and death.

Those first on-board chronometers became forerunners seminal collection Ulysse Nardin, later known as Marine.

Today manufacture is a model Marine Tourbillon, will combine the fundamental principles of Ulysse Nardin: manufactories, technical avant-garde and a great artistic performance.

New caliber UN-128 assembled by Swiss craftsmen manufacture of Le Locle.

Continuing to build its own production, manufacturing mechanism with tourbillon and silicon technology delivers a 60-hour power reserve.

Located on the 6-hour mark, the tourbillon – the basis of a new model, a symbol of its commitment to new developments in the use of advanced technology.

Flying tourbillon is one of the most complex functions in the world of fine watchmaking.

Its design allows you to reverse the effect of Earth’s gravity and improve the accuracy of stroke.

The invention of this complexity is one of the best achievements in the field of mechanical watchmaking.

And in the case of turbionom Ulysse Nardin, carriage, wheels, screws and spring flying tourbillon collected using only their own power manufactory Ulysse Nardin.

power reserve indicator has always been an important aspect and feature of the Marine collection, like setting a historical link with the distant past, when sailors relied on the accuracy of onboard instruments to determine their position at sea.

The stock model Marine Tourbillon course is 60 hours, which makes it a reliable companion to anyone who still needed precision.

Stylistically, Marine Tourbillon skillfully combines his appearance historical echoes of the navigation systems of the past with present day functionality.

Enamel dial is made in the art Grand Feu masters enamel factory Donzé Cadrans, part of the factory.

Elusive shade of the enamel color of warm milk – the result of a skilful possession of the old artistic technique.

Grand Feu, which translated into Russian language means big fire has been known since the XVII century and got its name from the melting process, the enamel in an oven at high temperatures.

Skill Donze Cadrans artists well known all over the world and therefore highly prized.

Majestic Roman numerals and thin hour and minute hands perfectly complement the dial.

The image is read by the aesthetics of the collection Marine Collection.

The indicator at 12 hours of track 60-hour power reserve.

43 mm stainless steel with beveled edges, the crown is covered with a layer of rubber, waterproof up to 100 meters.

Alligator strap completes the image of the Marine Tourbillon.

The new model – ideally, a combination of artistic form and technical content.

Specifications Reference 1283-181 / EO Mechanism caliber UN-128, 13 ¾ ” ‘ manufacturing mechanism silicon trigger and spring oscillation frequency 28’800 36 stones Power reserve 60 hours self-winding plant Functions chronometer, power reserve indicator at 12 hours flying tourbillon, making revolution in 60 seconds housing stainless steel Bezel grooved, stainless steel The crown is fixed to the thread covered with rubber Diameter 43 mm Water-resistant to 100 meters Glass anti-reflective sapphire crystal Rear cover caseback sapphire White enamel dial, made in the technique of Grand Feu, Roman numerals Strap leather strap with folding clasp

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