Ulyssenardin Athens Watch 2011 New Black Sea Sailing Dive Watch

UlysseNardin Athens Watch 2011 New Black Sea Nautical Diving Watch

Designed specifically for water sports enthusiasts, the latest launch of the Black Sea nautical diving watch pays tribute to the high-end nautical watches of the past.
The avant-garde Black Sea is a powerful, all-weather sturdy sports diving timepiece. Equipped with an active-winding movement, equipped with a 42-hour power reserve display, oversized second hand and large date window display.

UlysseNardin The Black Sea is the latest watch to join the Nautical Dive Collection, demonstrating the development of watchmaking technology in Athens. The extraordinary processed stainless steel case undergoes a complex Vulcanization Process, which makes its surface covered with a layer of dull black rubber coating, showing a sporty beauty and comfortable feeling. See-through case back design, you can appreciate the beauty of active winding movement.
The UlysseNardin Athens Black Sea strap and dial are decorated with the brand’s distinctive black wave pattern, adding a calm and elegant to the watch’s strong shape. The hour markers, hour and minute hands are made of red luminous material, and the time is clear and easy to read. At 12 o’clock, there is a power reserve indicator; at 6 o’clock, there is an oversized second hand and a circular date window display, which are set against the red indicator hand, which is particularly noticeable. Paired with a unidirectional reverse chronograph diving bezel and screw-in crown, it exudes the typical charm of a marine diving watch. Each watch is engraved with a unique number, which shows its unique and noble symbol. Water resistant to 200 meters. The UlysseNardin Athens Black Sea rubber strap, with black ceramic components and exclusive black ceramic folding buckle, clings to the wrist of the wearer, improving the reliability of the watch.
Since the first in 1846, Athens’ professional nautical observatory timepieces have led countless captains and crew members to sail at sea accurately.