Ulysse Nardin has created a Perpetual Calendar Manufacture timepiece exclusively for their brand boutiques worldwide.
Presented in a 43 mm platinum case, with a blue dial and caliber UN-32 inside, it is the only perpetual calendar to allow forward and backwards adjustment over one single crown, according to Ulysse Nardin.
The automatic “manufacture” movement is COSC certified, has 34 jewels, a 48-hour power reserve, and is visible through a sapphire crystal caseback.
The perpetual calendar is adjustable via single crown. There is also a second time zone display on main dial with patented quick setting mechanism. The home time indicated by 3rd hand.
This exclusive boutique edition is limited to 250 pieces. It is 30 meters water-resistant and comes with a leather strap with folding buckle. (Ref. 329-10/93-BQ)
For more, visit Ulysse Nardin.
Jaeger-LeCoutre will debut a new meteorite dial version of the Master Calendar next month at SIHH. It will be offered in either steel or pink gold, with the same dimensions as the current model (39 x 10.6 mm), and with the same automatic movement (caliber 866).
The Master Calendar features a pointer date display that utilizes a dedicated hand with a crescent tip to indicate the date by pointing at the (1-31) scale that is printed on the outer ring of the dial. There are apertures for the day, month and moon phase indications.
Jager-LeCoultre Master Calendar with silver dial next to meteorite dial