The Marine Torpilleur model, launched in 2017, is an avatar of Ulysse Nardin’s roots and history, joining the long line of illustrious Marine Collection chronometers of the 19th century when explorers roamed the oceans with their deck chronometers. The watch that today most embodies this innovative and far-thinking creativity is the Marine Torpilleur. To celebrate this momentous 175th anniversary, Ulysse Nardin has widely enlarged its collection of the Marine Torpilleur with two new movements, complications, chronographs, and enameled dials. All the novelties are produced in limited editions and bear the signature “Chronometry since 1846” at 6 o’clock on the small seconds counter and a lightened minutes circle compared to the core collection.
The seven new models of the Marine Torpilleur launched for the Geneva Watch Days, taking place in the Swiss capital of watchmaking. The Marine Torpilleur embodies the maverick mentality of Ulysse Nardin as well as the philosophy of excellence and quest for precision still embraced by the Swiss watch manufacturer in Le Locle and la Chaux-de-Fonds to this day.
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