Ulysse Nardin 175th Anniversary Mono Pusher Chronograph.

Dec 07, 2019,14:55 PM

Among the watches I don't have anymore, the Ulysse Nardin 175th Anniversary  mono pusher chronograph is one of those I miss the most. 

Class, distinction, charm, and a special manual movement chronograph developed by THA and François Paul Journe, if my memory serves me well. 

A watch I have a lot of pleasure to see, admire and play with each time I meet his owner. 



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Some day, some day.

 By: VMM : December 7th, 2019-16:02
Not long ago I got my eyes on one, but it was in Japan, too far away. As you already know, that's a watch I will buy if I have the chance. I love it. Vte

Just. So. Nice.

 By: M4 : December 7th, 2019-16:39
Really superb. M4

Merci, M4. [nt]

 By: amanico : December 8th, 2019-01:49


 By: Keepiece.co : December 7th, 2019-17:57
This is an amazing piece!

I bought mine from a fellow forum member many years ago...

 By: Dave G : December 12th, 2019-08:12
Lovely watch even if I would prefer the white gold version. Mine is ref 386-88 with display back. Others have a solid case back in relief. Some versions have a pulsometre scale, others like mine a tachymeter. ...  

That is a beautiful piece

 By: ChristianDK : December 12th, 2019-13:11
Was it the same movement used by Cartier?