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Marine Torpilleur Military U.S. Navy Edition

Marine Torpilleur Military U.S. Navy Edition

September 26, 2018
The pioneering partnership between Ulysse Nardin the United States Navy began in 1905, when the Washington Naval Observatory organized a competition for “Precision Torpedo Boat Timepieces.” The goal of the competition was to supply the U.S. Navy with the best available on-board chronometers. These precision timepieces, given to superior naval officers, were meant to provide the torpedo boats with an...
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Arnold and Son Gunmetal Tourbillon Chronometer No. 36

Arnold and Son Gunmetal Tourbillon Chronometer No. 36

December 18, 2017
Dark grey and rose gold tones for a striking new edition of the Tourbillon Chronometer No.36. Drawing inspiration from the John Arnold pocket chronometer No. 1/36, Arnold & Son pays homage in a contemporary yet faithful manner to one of the most historically significant chronometers. The John Arnold Chronometer No. 1/36 or “Arnold 36” as it is more commonly called...
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The Marine Torpilleur from Ulysse Nardin

The Marine Torpilleur from Ulysse Nardin

June 30, 2017
Introducing the Marine Torpilleur, a light, modern Marine timepiece for those who captain their own destiny. In the 19th century, when explorers roamed the oceans, the pocket chronometer was the captain’s watch, a mark of his rank both on shore and off. Ulysse Nardin’s pocket chronometers were among the most coveted – prized by naval officers and merchant captains the...
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