Featuring a patented Dual Time system introduced by Ulysse Nardin in 1996, the watch’s hour hand instantly adjusts to a different time zone, operated by pressing ceramic pushers along the bezel.
Boasting a durable-but-delicate composition and an elegant pure white appearance, the 40 mm timepiece features a new mother-of-pearl dial that shimmers with accents of diamond. It displays a big date in a double window, and at the 6 o’clock an oversized small seconds-hand counter.
There is also a 42 hours power reserve and a “quick setting” which allows for the forward and backward date adjustments. The ceramic bracelet is trimmed in steel to give the watch a modern aesthetic.
Other notable features include a self-winding Caliber UN-24 Movement, a 42-hour power reserve and water-resistance of 50m.
Ulysee Nardin was founded in Le Locle, Switzerland in 1846.