Baselworld 2014: Ulysse Nardin new "Ulysse Anchor Escapement"

Mar 26, 2014,08:19 AM

This has indeed the potential to become revolutionary in the watch world: For the first time, all attributes of the new silicium material are used for the anchor escapement: That silicium can pulsate perfectly is proved since years, and used in silicium harisprings. Now, the anchor itself makes use of this ability, and for the first time there is a "flying anchor", that does not need a pallet-staff:


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It seems to be a significant evolution of UN's techniques

 By: Mark in Paris : March 26th, 2014-08:32
I'll be happy to learn more about this display in months to come. Cheers, Mark

Very interesting. That is why I love U.N.

 By: amanico : March 26th, 2014-10:18
Their innovative side is impressive. Best, Nicolas

Another example of Ulysse Nardin "flying" high

 By: MichaelC : March 26th, 2014-11:06
Their ingenuity is unmatched.

Super cool... when will it be incorporated to its watches?

 By: Ancienne Le Brassus : March 26th, 2014-22:57
This is really terrific!! When is production scheduled? And will it be into existing models or tourbillons, etc? Very nice indeed. It would be interesting if this has any improvement on accuracy, etc. thanks for posting this! S

The video

 By: Mark in Paris : March 28th, 2014-11:49
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