The Freak Cruiser is designed so that the movement revolves on itself. Named the Carrousel-Tourbillon, this system, which defies the imagination, is entirely freefloating, as it no longer includes the center pin that previous incarnations bestowed with the sapphire crystal to support the entire structure.
The Blue Cruiser is also unusual in the way it is operated. Stripped of a crown and push-pieces, it’s set using the rotating bezel, in both directions. As for winding the barrel - designed to offer a power reserve of more than seven days this is done using the rear bezel mounted on ball bearings. These two elements the front and lower bezels are thus an integral part of this breath-taking manual-wind movement, visible through the open back.
The Freak is back and more of a champion than ever. Uncluttered, with the balance wheel recentered and equipped with a date function for the first time, this masterpiece now incorporates the UlyChoc safety system, a new generation of shock absorbers.
Piercing gold and a hint of blue, embellish the Skeleton Tourbillon timepiece. With manual winding movement and an elusive alligator strap, this piece is truly exceptional.
Please advise press release as well as hi-res visual. The ones in the shared drive is only for the Titanium (red strap) and ceramic (black strap).
A stunning new timepiece in the iconic collection of Ulysse Nardin marine watches. In one magnificent timekeeping instrument, the Marine Tourbillon unites all the three fundamentals so essentially to Ulysse Nardin’s identy: in-house production, technical avant-garde and rare artistry.
An innovative movement, crafted in-house, includes an original and intuitive bi-directional countdown timer for which a patent has been filed. In its sturdy case, this timepiece give fresh impetus to the fleet of regatta watches. A practical and reliable timepiece, able to withstand the gruelling conditions of the America’s Cup.
Simple to use, this piece is the epitome of innovation in the service of practicality, as it requires a date adjustment only once a year, in February. This achievement in pared-down functionality personifies the spirit of Ludwig Oechslin, the creator for whom simplicity is an enduring philosophy.