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Diver Great White

Case
Titanium
Bracelet strap
Rubber
Buckle
Pin buckle
Waterproofness
300 m
Size
ø 44 mm
Thickness
13.30 mm
Movement
Self-winding mechanical
Power reserve: 60 h, 28800 variations / hours
Silicium escapement
Functions
Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Date, Power reserve
Diving watch with concave bezel & domed sapphire glass. White shark stamped on the case back.
Reference
1183-170LE-3/90-GW
Year
2018
Collection
Diver / 300-piece limited series
Price incl. VAT
8'900 CHF
Description

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Diver Great White

The Diver Great White, with a great white shark stamped on the case back, is emblematic of the Ulysse Nardin philosophy. King of the oceans, the shark represents stealth, strength and strategy.

The Diver Great White redefines functional elegance with its audacious design. A diving watch crafted to withstand up to three hundred meters of potentially deadly water pressure, its inverted, concave bezel with domed sapphire glass is a breakthrough in exquisite watchmaking. The face heralds the mechanical marvel of the UN-118 movement with its silicium technology - a specialty of the Manufacture - within its 44 mm case, visible through the open back. Superluminova on the indexes and hands makes the hours and minutes visible not only in the dark of night but also at great depths. The face is adorned with a power reserve indicator at 12 o’clock and a date and small seconds at 6 o’clock, all nestled within the unidirectional rotating bezel. 

The numbers on the face have been redrawn to read 0-15-30-45. Even the rubber and titanium strap of the Diver has been cleverly reworked with the clasp replaced by a pin buckle and streamlined with just one easily identifiable Ulysse Nardin signature “element”.  Sturdy rubber guards protect the crown.

Ulysse Nardin’s links to the sea run deep. A recognized pioneer of watchmaking innovation since 1846, the Manufacture’s early renown was built on the peerless precision and reliability of its marine chronometers – essential navigational instruments that helped seafarers determine longitude by means of celestial navigation. In continuing the development of its line of dive watches, Ulysse Nardin reaffirms its position of watchmaker of the oceans.