The Diver family of watches has steadily given us a new reason to marvel. The all-new Diver Black Sea by Ulysse Nardin comes close to establishing the claim of the line being one of the most exciting lines of ocean-faring timepieces. Nestled in a case made from vulcanized rubber, the stainless steel watch offers a tangible delight. It is soft to touch and the rubber is applied to the unidirectional rotating bezel as well. Even the crown has a generous portion of the rubberized surface to act as a protection from possible entry of water. The rubber further extends its benefits to ensure that the watch is protected with a shock-proof coating and extreme weather conditions. It can withstand submerges up to 200 meters in depth.
The rubberized bezel also consists of ceramic baguette-cut entities, which are put into place by leveraging the 3S technique. Coming to the dial, the seconds counter can be located at the 6-hour mark. The incredible 42-hour power reserve is placed at the 12-hour mark. Thanks to the presence of the crystal sapphire that covers the front and back of the watch, the workings of it are revealed, albeit, partially. The Caliber UN-26 movement can be seen if peered through with enough conviction.
The Ulysse Nardin Diver Black Sea will be available in six renditions.
[ Via : Timezone ]