Ulysse Nardin Executive Skeleton Tourbillon Though Ultra-Light, Has A 7-Day Power Reserve


The new edition of Ulysse Nardin Executive Skeleton Tourbillon expresses its characteristic technical performance and bold design in blue ceramic and ultra-light titanium. At the heart of the refined architecture of the Executive Skeleton Tourbillon timepiece is the UN-171 manufacture movement, its complex mechanics stripped to a bare minimum – an incredible feat of technical savoir-faire – which allows the timepiece to be incredibly light. Yet another impressive feature of the Executive Skeleton Tourbillon is the power reserve – extended to an amazing 7 days.

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Nestled in the pure lines of the 45mm Executive Skeleton Tourbillon’s mechanical movement is a flying tourbillon, made in-house at the Swiss manufacture and comprising silicium parts. Widely celebrated as one of the most difficult complications to achieve in mechanical timekeeping, the tourbillon is fully displayed through the fine tracery of its form.

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The titanium case with its blue ceramic bezel is barely felt on the wrist, and pioneering silicium parts contribute to the watch’s featherlight weight while achieving precision performance. To securely attach this distillation of avant-garde creation to the wrist, the blue carbon effect leather strap is attached to the case by three distinctive claws.

The essential beauty of the inner workings is fully revealed by its bold, aerial design. A design which takes the oversized Roman numerals, sword markers, and raised rectangular bridge of the Ulysse Nardin Executive collection.

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