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Ulysse Nardin Sonata, an old wrist shot.

Taken in Paris, some years ago. In holidays or at work, it is always a faithful companion. Best, Nicolas
2d
By: amanico
22
KMII
396

It wasn't all sailing at the recent America's Cup event hosted by UN.

Not surprisingly, we also were treated to a few of UN's watches. The Freak Wing, a light and comfortable watch from Freak line-up. The Marine Regatta in blue alongside my Marine Tourbillion. I'm very interested in the limited edition Regatta with champlev
11d
By: M4
11
kennygfunk
373

Here is what I was waiting to see... the new Marine Chronometer 1846

41mm, Caliber 118, enamel dial. Yes, a date window that is not fully needed, not a deal breaker for me or so out of place like some other models. Look at the inner bezel - awesome! Just like the real ship's chronometers. I have my name on one but will ins
24d
By: MichaelC
30
Mitch K
1,470

"Barn find" in my own cellar today: a 1992 set of brochures with - among others - "The Trilogy of Time" including price list (April 1991).

- Tellerium "Johannes Kepler" for CHF 66'000.-- - Astrolabium "Galileo Galilei" for CHF 55'000.-- - Planetarium "Copernicus" for CHF 51'500.-- .....and all the other models that they had in their range back in 1991/1992. Enjoy, cheers, HSTE
3d
By: HSTE
12
HSTE
527

My feelings have changed about the Executive Skeleton Tourbillon

Arie posted on this watch recently, and like others, I was a bit disturbed by the large rectangle on the dial. The strap attachment is also a different style than we are used to, and maybe a bit odd. On my recent visit to Bermuda to support the UN sponsor
14d
By: MichaelC
13
Alkiro1
460

Very excited about this new acquisition. The new Classic +/- with a cream enamel dial. 100 for UN boutiques only.

There is a regular model with a white enamel dial and blue Roman numerals but I loved this iteration with the tan suede strap. Interesting mechanism also. Instead of pulling the crown out to set the date and time and also wind it, you simply push a button
15d
By: EdTonkin
18
Mitch K
712

Bumped into the owner of this...

While watching this.... And it was rather epic.
17d
By: MichaelC
16
BABKA
739

It's timely that a Moonstruck II would arrive a day before the next full moon...

Unboxed new arrival yesterday, and immediate impressions are: Even though a large watch, very wearable Amending the dial to add a more traditional world-timer setup in combination with the Dr. Oeshslin's moonphase perfection is a much appreciated bonus IM
18d
By: AV
13
amanico
759

An old picture of an old love: Ulysse Nardin Perpetual Calendar GMT Platinum.

Case and Sonata hands. One of the most friendly Perpetual Calendar. Adjustable forward and backward, plus a GMT. That was a great one. Best, Nicolas
22d
By: amanico
23
amanico
597

Teaser . . . .

. . . . it's not all about sailing on this trip to Bermuda. RG, carbon fiber dial, Anchor Tourbillion. The flip side is oh so sweet. More to come. M4
19d
By: M4
5
Ronald Held
330