Luxury ULYSSE NARDIN DIVER CHRONOGRAPH MONACO
Luxury ULYSSE NARDIN DIVER CHRONOGRAPH MONACO LIMITED EDITION 1503-151-7M/93-MON
Perfectly honoring the brand’s iconic style of utmost technical refinement and ingenious aesthetic design as well as their iconic nautical origins, this sumptuous limited edition diver’s timepiece from Ulysse Nardin offers sublime practical quality and impressive visual presence. The watch is equipped with the UN150 movement that contains 25 jewels. This self-winding movement is housed inside of a stainless steel case and revealed through the transparent case back. The case is water-resistant to 300 meters and mounted onto a stainless steel bracelet that is fitted with a deployment clasp. The blue dial with red accents features central hours, minutes and chronograph seconds, small seconds sub-dial at the nine o’clock position, 30-minute chronograph counter at the three o’clock position, and, at the six o’clock position, 12-hour chronograph counter and date aperture.
New Ulysse Nardin Diver Chronograph Monaco 44 mm watch. Reference: 1503-151-7M/93. In-house made self-winding mechanical movement, caliber UN-150, silicium escapement, 28’800 v.p.h. and a power reserve of 48 hours. Steel case with a matching steel bracelet. Blue dial with diamond pattern, indexes and hands with the Monaco’s flag colors and counter with the logo of the Principality of Monaco. Watch functions: chronograph, seconds hand in the centre, small seconds counter at 9 o’clock, 30 minutes counter at 3 o’clock, 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock, date at 6 o’clock position. Sapphire crystal case back decorated with the logo of the Principality of Monaco. This model is limited edition of 100 timepieces. Watch comes in original packaging with full set of documents and 2 years warranty.
|Product Name||ULYSSE NARDIN Mod. MARINE DIVER MONACO EDITION|
|Water Resistant||3 ATM|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Strap Material||SS Bracelet|
|Functions||Chronograph – Date|
|Packaging||Official Box – 100% Authentic Product|
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