Ulysse Nardin launches new Diver collection

Limited to just 300 pieces, Ulysse Nardin’s new Diver collection will now be available in 42mm.

  • Ulysse Nardin Diver collection
    Ulysse Nardin Diver collection

Designed for the deep waters, Ulysse Nardin is happy to introduce the new Diver “three-hand” 42mm Diver collection that features the incredibly smooth, shark-inspired diving watch – the Diver Blue Shark. Set in stainless steel with a PVD bezel and an immediately attractive blue dial, the Diver Blue Shark stands out with its bright orange pepped-up blue strap. Limited to just 300 pieces, the knock-out watch features a caseback with a stamped blue-shark that resonates with its earlier version or big brother in this case – the 44mm Diver Great White.

The 42mm collection of diver watches from Ulysse Nardin features a new and unexpected vintage look that houses a clean dial with touches of retro beige and a central second counter that replaces the small seconds. Inspired by the brand's 1964 dive watch — the Diver Le Locle, the dial of the watch houses the GPS coordinates of Le Locle, the manufacturer's home town since 1846. Ticking all the boxes of a diver watch, the new roll-out features Super-LumiNova on the hands and rotating bezel that provides utmost visibility and water resistance of up to 300 meters.

From the blue fabric and black veal versions to a three-row stainless steel bracelet, the Ulysse Nardin Diver is available in a range of stylish strap options. Additionally, for the first time, Ulysse Nardin has come with a stainless-steel Milanese mesh bracelet that is simply gorgeous, super comfortable and strong enough to earn the nickname of "shark-proof". Its thick mesh that has been stamped from sheet steel which is then stitched together and finished by a retro-styled butterfly buckle makes it an instant favourite. Accessibly priced and exceptionally comfortable, the newest range of Ulysse Nardin's divers watches are chic, easy to wear and unbelievably cool.


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