Ulysse Nardin – Marine Grand Deck Tourbillon in rose gold Expensive Replica Watches

Marine Grand Deck Tourbillon in rose gold

When it was launched in 2016, the Marine Grand Deck Tourbillon – a 18-piece limited edition in white gold – received the rapt attention of the entire Haute Horlogerie industry. With its highly original time display that evokes the boom of a ship, it incorporates the cutting-edge technology, innovative mechanisms and fine craftsmanship that have made the Ulysse nardin watches online purchase Replica name.

Through the years, Ulysse Nardin has, with the help of Ludwig Oechslin, developed a reputation for making movements that offer rare or complex complications but with surprisingly few additional elements. While Ludwig Oechslin takes this concept of minimalism and simplification to an extreme with his very own brand Ochs Und Junior, his fingerprints are all over the mechanisms of the watch as well.The caliber UN-113 automated movement has only 7 extra parts over its date and time only movement cousin. An ordinary yearly calendar movement usually requires an extra 30+ components. This is quite a mechanical achievement when you consider those amounts. The main motivation behind making movements and complications easier would be to make them more accessible to more collectors (fewer components equals lower costs and lower prices) and to guarantee durability and reliability as the fewer components present, the less something might go wrong.The grade UN-113 supplies 60 hours of electricity reserve while beating at 28,800bph. Each motion is COSC-certified and has a silicon escapement for enhanced timekeeping. The movement is, of course, visible through a screen back. Another helpful feature of the motion is that the date can be corrected both forward and backwards. Annual calendars and perpetual calendars that cannot adjust the date backward using the crown alone can be rather annoying in usage if you typically fly (or sail) around the world a whole lot.
For 2017, the Marine Grand Deck Tourbillon emerges from Le Locle, Switzerland in a warm color scheme: a limited edition of 18 pieces crafted in 5N rose gold.

Ulysse Nardin’s craftsmanship is clearly displayed by the detail on the dial: finely crafted in pin oak, its unique marquetry is a lifelike depiction of a ship’s deck. The slightly darker wood of this edition is the color of chocolate, enhancing the rose gold of the case and lugs.


Marine Grand Deck Tourbillon in rose gold

The technical avant-garde so acclaimed by the international press and watchmaking professionals is evidenced by the patented time mechanism, a revolutionary new take inspired by a yacht’s boom, ropes and winches working together to hoist the sails. The jumping hour is visible in a double aperture under the maritime symbols at 12 o’clock, in white for excellent visibility. Quick time correction is enabled with the pusher at 2 o’clock.
The minutes are displayed in gold on a spinel arc across the center of the dial, with the golden boom drawn across to show exact time.
Employing the UN-630, a 60-second flying tourbillon with manual winding movement, the Marine Grand Deck Tourbillon has a 48-hour power reserve and is water resistant to 100 m.