I picked up mine with a dark brown leather strap, and somehow it didn't seem to quite fit for me. Changed to black rubber straps, and it looks and feels like a totally different watch. Although, I have never really thought about this watch with a metal strap. Something to consider. The only thing th
I bought one of the earlier editions with the sand-blasted finished steel case, and I do find it somewhat big; the size is even more noticeable when I switch back to a 40mm marine watch. But, if I keep it on the wrist for a week or longer, I do get accustomed to the size and don't notice it as much.
I posted what I had written in Word as pictures since it was the easiest way to put what I had written, with pictures and caption notes, into the webpage editor. I hope I did not break any forum rules by doing so, or with what I have written. Article post is just a personal thought of Ulysse Nardin
Your post, and reply to your friend intrigued me to do a little research myself. Reading up on the development of watch movements, in particular the use of silicon was very interesting and informative. Although I could not really identify who the other watchmaker was (would be great, if you could me