Stir up the currents with a new wave of Ulysse Nardin Lady Diver watches
Rolling in the deep
Women divers who've long lamented the absence of a chic feminine diver watch can now gear up in style as Ulysse Nardin introduces a new collection of Lady Diver watches. The latest in the luxury Swiss maison's dedicated craft to femme haute horlogerie following the launch of their Lady Marine Chronometer, these jewellery watches-cum-diving instruments will have you taking the plunge in style.
A revolutionary timepiece that charts the design profile of Ulysse Nardin's iconic Diver series within its frame, the Lady Diver personifies the maison's innovative essence and their unfailing commitment to precision and performance. Equipped with the in-house UN-320 movement that utilises the maison's silicium technology in its hairspring and anchor escapement, the Lady Diver is not only extremely accurate, it supports a functional ease of use with a simple forward and backward date setting, a visible small seconds counter, as well as a rubberised unidirectional bezel that lets you make necessary adjustments in one quick motion. Further proving its underwater capabilities, a screw-locked crown keeps the timepiece locked against water penetration, augmenting its water resistance of up to 300 metres.
With a host of desirable features, the Lady Diver appeals even more with a 40mm-sized dial inlaid with delicate mother-of-pearl — an unmistakably feminine lustre. Sleek black-dialled variations are also available for those who prefer a contrasting aesthetic. Touched with the decadent glitter of diamonds upon its watch face and along its strap, the Lady Diver is strength and beauty forged in classic gold or modern stainless steel. Now you won't have to keep filching your man's diving watch when you've got this Ulysse Nardin stunner to take with you into the depths.
The Lady Diver is available at the Ulysse Nardin boutique and authorised retailers.
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