Wearing this today.

Jul 01, 2024,19:30 PM

UN Ulysse I Chronometer, Platinum LE.

Many would say this design is hopelessly dated, but I loved it when it first came out (and I couldn't afford it), and I've retained a soft spot for it ever since. Anybody know if the dials on these LEs were hand-guillochéd? I recall UN doing some serious hand-guilloché, enamel, and flinqué work back in the day.

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Hopelessly dated or not

 By: imrootbeer7 : July 1st, 2024-19:32
it's gorgeous

Great UN.

 By: hora12reborn : July 1st, 2024-19:41

Have never seen this watch before

 By: gary_g : July 1st, 2024-21:12
Thank you for sharing

Long discontinued

 By: Modernahab : July 1st, 2024-23:19
I think it first came out +\-20 years ago as a limited edition in rose gold with a solid case back. I want to say the platinum with exhibition case back came out a few years later, both with this silver dial and in an anthracite-gray dial version. Anyone ... 

Still very charming!

 By: amanico : July 1st, 2024-21:20

If it had no date

 By: Thomas_3 : July 1st, 2024-21:30
it wouldn't look dated. Thank you very much, I'll be here all week, 2 shows daily.


 By: Modernahab : July 1st, 2024-23:05
But in all seriousness, note how well-integrated and unobtrusive the date window is on this dial.

Thanks for the vote of confidence!

 By: Modernahab : July 1st, 2024-23:03
I remember the dial getting critiqued as out-of-fashion for its flamboyance somewhere, but hey - to each their own! I’ll be keeping mine, thank you.

Love it. I don't think it is dated at all.

 By: NautNut : July 1st, 2024-23:29
I had it in RG w/black dial. Wish i still had it

Do not recall...

 By: Ronald Held : July 2nd, 2024-15:55
Seeing that one.