...from service that is. Missed it for a while, but thankfully, it came back earlier than expected. I was kind of thinking that I would not see it until after Christmas. Kind of like a cuckoo..... Interesting box my AD provided to carry the watch in. An older piece with old-fashioned screw-down push
...and I can appreciate where you come from. An example would be the Torpilleur Military, which is beautiful without the date. But, there are times a date has been useful. Hmm, maybe someone could figure out how to display a date on the side of the case rather than on the dial. On the Marine Torpill
Yes, I do like the colour scheme as well. Interestingly, I don't know if it was buyer's remorse, but I kind of disliked it not long after purchasing it and wondering I should have gotten a black dial version or held off for another release from UN. In hindsight, though, am glad I kept it. I now have
...and I had not put it on for a while, but recently took it out of the box and have been having it on for a bit. I think there has been at least 2 upgrades to the UN Diver Chrono family line since then. After a decade and the new watches since, I must admit that I have actually grown fonder of this
Although not a certified chronometer, I do find that the 38.5mm keeps pretty good time (I believe a 1-minute per month variation was mentioned by Marcus previously). What I like about the 38.5mm is that it has 2 luminous dots above 12 o'clock (which I think came back in the 2014 version), and a lumi
Hi Scott, if you ever wanted a really good insight into the UN GMT Perpetual, check out M. Hanke's "Tales from the crypt: In-depth review of the Ulysse Nardin GMT Perpetual" - can be found on this forum. A really good review of the timepiece. Kind regards, Ed.