The brand new, limited edition Ulysse Nardin Perpetual Calendar Manufacture sports a 43mm platinum case with blue “wave” dial and also the automatic mechanical Not-32 caliber, UN’s in-house perpetual calendar movement. Ulysse Nardin uses its manufacture caliber Not-32 (which first showed in 2014) extensively across a multitude of perpetual calendar models – the manufacture also describes it as being “the most consumer friendly perpetual calendar ever created.”
This really is inside a strong argument, as perpetual calendars are well known for his or her complexity to create and adjust the Not-32 caliber can be simply modified either in direction with the crown – an easy action, only one that is very complex to complete. And that’s why Ulysse Nardin is highly regarded because of its perpetual calendar watches.
You can observe the fine dial decoration below. Note even the infinity symbol “∞” placed around the dial over the word “perpetual.” Though I am not sure either of those markings are essential, Ulysse Nardin decorates many dials in this way. The Not-32 is really a worthy heir towards the GMT +/- Perpetual that was created by industry legend Ludwig Oechslin and also the first perpetual calendar that may be modified both forwards and backwards through the crown without harmful the movement.
The Perpetual Calendar Manufacture Boutique Edition switches into exactly the same self-winding movement Not-32 inside a 43 mm platinum case here framework a brand new elegant blue dial, nicely matched up to some blue alligator leather strap. The calibre Not-32, a COSC-licensed chronometer, was created by the manufacture located in Le Locle in 1996 because the first perpetual calendar to permit forwards and backwards adjustment more than one single crown.
This advanced perpetual calendar with digital indication (large date at 1 o’clock, day of the week and month at 8 and 4 o’clock correspondingly, two-digit year at 6 o’clock) is combined to some helpful GMT function with different patented quick setting mechanism. The individual can certainly read a second time zone because of the outer 24-hour ring that sweeps a red-expected hand which may be moved on while using push-piece at 4 o’clock or back while using one at 8 o’clock.
This month, Ulysse Nardin introduced a brand new form of this model that’ll be available solely with the brand’s boutiques. Only 250 of the Ulysse Nardin Perpetual Calendar Manufacture Boutique Edition (ref. 329-10/93-BQ) is going to be created, offered by a cost of $69,500 per.