Ulysse Nardin Skeleton X Tourbillon “Red/Blue” 1713-139-LE-US manual winding watch, features a 45mm titanium case surrounding a white skeleton dial on a leather/carbon strap with a folding clasp. Functions include hours-minutes, flying, tourbillon. The watch has a 30m water resistance.
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Ulysse Nardin Skeleton X Tourbillon “Red/Blue” 1713-139-LE-US manual winding watch, features a 45mm titanium case surrounding a white skeleton dial on a leather/carbon strap with a folding clasp. Functions include hours-minutes, flying, tourbillon. The watch has a 30m water resistance. Try on and enjoy this Ulysse Nardin Skeleton X Tourbillon “Red/Blue” 1713-139-LE-US and other luxury timepieces at our newly renovated Yamron Jewelers Boutique at the Waterside Shops In Naples, FL.
Pioneering and bold, Ulysse Nardin watches are a captivating choice for those who love to wear innovative pieces inspired by the sea. This association with the waves dates back to the brand’s foundation in 1846, when visionary watchmaker Ulysse Nardin set up on his own to make marine chronometers. Over a century of watchmaking later and we arrive at the stunning creations that are being crafted today.
About Ulysse Nardin
Chronometry has been a domain of the company since 1846, when it was founded by Ulysse Nardin in Le Locle, Switzerland. He developed precision navigational marine chronometers along with complex pocket watches, for an era of ocean exploration and international trade. The founder’s premature death in 1876 prompted his son to take the helm of the family business. Paul-David Nardin further built his reputation as a master of marine chronometers, winning competitions for horological excellence and commissions for his indispensable navigational tools. By 1900, he had made nine pocket chronometers fitted with tourbillon escapements to improve accuracy. Ulysse Nardin supplied over 50 navies, geodesic institutes and astronomical observatories, and its pocket chronometers were among the most coveted and prized by naval officers and merchant captains around the world. In 1975, the Neuchâtel Observatory released its last official publication regarding chronometer performance from 1846 to 1975. According to this report Ulysse Nardin obtained 747 first prizes for its deck watches, pocket chronometers and wristwatches, as well as many other accolades.
Today, from Le Locle and La Chaux-de-Fonds, the Manufacture of Freedom advances its haute horlogerie through four pillars: Marine, Diver, Blast and Freak.
Leather with Carbon