These have been in the safe a little too long.

 By: M4 : April 28th, 2019-08:01

It looks like it will be a UN kind of a day. Enjoy your Sunday. M4

Aaah the Marine Tourbillon is the one which tempts me a lot! Thanks for these pictures, and I hope to see more of them. [nt]

 By: amanico : April 28th, 2019-08:43
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You're welcome. [nt]

 By: M4 : April 28th, 2019-10:22
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That Grand Feu dial oozes with class! Nice one. [nt]

 By: mrds : April 28th, 2019-09:03
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Thank you.

 By: M4 : April 28th, 2019-10:30
It's a beautiful greyish-green color with an engraving of the America's Cup racing sailboat from Sweden, Artemis - goddess of the hunt!

Backside is pretty good too.

Thanks for looking. M4

Very nice, great to see such a complication! Would you be kind and describe it to us? Do you set the number of minutes for the countdown and the launch it? Does it also do chronograph? Best, É. [nt]

 By: eklektik : April 28th, 2019-12:00
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Yes & yes.

 By: M4 : April 28th, 2019-12:35
The pusher at 10 moves the yellow arrow countdown hand in one minute increments up to 10 minutes. Once the countdown hand is set, the pusher at 2 starts the yellow-tipped seconds hand moving COUNTERCLOCKWISE until the countdown is complete. Then, it automatically reverses itself and moves CLOCKWISE acting like a regular chronograph.
If the countdown hand is not engaged, the chronograph functions like a normal chronograph with the initial push on the pusher at 2.
I'll try to link a video.

Try this YouTube link.

 By: M4 : April 28th, 2019-12:41

Ulysse Nardin | Marine Regatta
YouTube · Ulysse Nardin
Jan 15, 2017

Watched the video, great way to introduce the movement, Thanks! Best, É. [nt]

 By: eklektik : April 28th, 2019-14:48
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Thanks a lot for all this info! A great mechanical movement! Very nice! Happy to have discovered it! Best, É. [nt]

 By: eklektik : April 28th, 2019-14:47
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That's a very well thought-out complication! [nt]

 By: mrds : April 29th, 2019-03:02
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I just realized you could be referring to this Grand Feu . . .

 By: M4 : April 28th, 2019-10:38

The enamel dial adds depth and character. UN is carving out a nice place for itself in the fired enamel dial niche. M4

Both very nice [nt]

 By: russell996 : April 28th, 2019-10:09
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Thanks Russell. [nt]

 By: M4 : April 28th, 2019-10:31
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Why do those two get less wrist time? (nt)

 By: Ronald Held : April 28th, 2019-12:58

Good question Ronald.

 By: M4 : April 28th, 2019-13:19
For the Regatta, it's simply a matter of wanting to keep it pristine. It's a lifetime watch for me and is very limited (35 total), so I want to maintain an "as new" condition.
It's a little more complicated on the Tourbillon but suffice to say that I'm looking for the optimal strap solution and haven't found it yet.
Thanks for looking.


 By: mrds : April 29th, 2019-03:04
If the hands are blued steel (it's difficult to see in the pics) a blue gator would be a nice match. If you want it more sporty, blue with white stiching to take up the enamel color?
Just my 0.02.

The hands and numerals are black.

 By: M4 : April 29th, 2019-05:16

I may try a bracelet if UN has one that fits.
Thanks for your thoughts.

Both good reasons,thanks. (nt)

 By: Ronald Held : April 29th, 2019-13:06