I love thee still, Ulysse Nardin.
And I hold hope you return to making timepieces that excite me.
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This one is a special piece
Historically relevant, with a balanced dial... I have been eyeing the original (smaller) version for many years without ever pulling the trigger. It must have a good place in your collection
I'll match yours with a RG version ;-)
Classic for all time, Why oh why won't UN get their SH%t together and make decent looking watches rather than the "X" BS we see coming from soem miss-directed marketing dept. I remain faithful just, but Rolf would be disappointed! Cheers, Tim ...
Yes, 2 great points.
The GO case is larger, but the 2 designs make it look a lot larger. Still, I love both. The UN is a bit more rugged and I suppose sporty. The strap is awesome, makes me think of a similar one for the Glashutte?
Me too. I first saw it in Las Vegas many years ago.
Shortly after it was released. The timing was never right for me, but luckily the fact that it did not sell exceedingly well worked to my benefit. I acquired the last one UN had in their vault in the US. All said and done, I was lead to believe less than ...
I'm not sure a new direction is enough...
When you're deep down in the canyon, with no way out, what you should do is go back to where you took the wrong turn and then plot a new route. UN should lose the X and start over! They can do great stuff and do it better than most, if not all. Just think...
Lot's of agreement on "losing the X"
It is obvious someone there is absolutely enamored with it. But please, save it for a 25 piece LE if you must use it, and purge it from all other models.