Hour, Minutes, Oversized seconds-hand, Date.
Rubber strap with titanium element
ULYSSE NARDIN DEFIES TIME
In the 19th century, to protect its marine chronometers from the corrosive effect of the salty sea air and to overcome the technical challenges of a floor in constant motion, Ulysse Nardin decided to invest in time. The treasures of audacity and ingenuity it deployed have endured over the centuries.