Marine Torpilleur MoonphaseReference# 1192-310-0A/1A
- Case: rose gold polished & satin finish case / fluted bezel
- Size: 42 mm
- Movement: UN-119 manufacture calibre, self-winding COSC movement
- Function: Hours, minutes, small seconds, moonphase; Silicium balance-spring; DiamonSil escapement wheel and anchor
- Power Reserve: approximately 60 hours
- Water Resistance: 50 m
- Dial: Varnished white dial Golden hands Dual counter with power reserve display at 12 o’clock, small seconds and moon disc at 6 o’clock The moon is transferred onto the counter, which adds elegance and sparkle when it shows itself against the starry blue PVD sky
- Caseback: Open rose gold case back with sapphire crystal
- Strap/Bracelet: Blue alligator-skin strap Rose gold folding clasp
- Factory Warranty: two years
Marine Torpilleur Moonphase
Astronomy is one of humankind’s most ancient fixations and has always aroused human curiosity. Our planet’s moon has always been of particular interest due to the direct impact it has on the oceans and its effects on our lives.
Ulysse Nardin began to design watches with moonphase displays in the late 19th century. The first Marine Torpilleur Moonphase models were presented in 2021 with a stainless steel case and a blue or white dial, as a limited edition of 300 pieces per model. Given its success, this year Ulysse Nardin is introducing the Marine Torpilleur Moonphase into its permanent collection, with a 42 mm rose gold case powered by the UN-119 self-winding calibre with a silicium balance-spring and a DiamonSil escapement wheel and anchor. The dual counters display the power reserve at 12 o’clock and the small seconds and moon disc at 6 o’clock. The moon is transferred onto the counter, which adds elegance and sparkle when it shows itself against the starry blue PVD sky. This timepiece, which is water-resistant to 50 meters, is fitted with a dark blue alligator-skin strap with rose gold folding clasp.
After being one of the first watch houses to use silicium in the first Freak watch in 2001, here Ulysse Nardin also uses DiamonSil (patented in 2009), a plasma surface treatment process combining silicium and synthetic diamond. This DiamonSil plasma technology is one of the brand’s most iconic forms of know-how. The escapement wheel and silicium anchor of the Marine Torpilleur Moonphase are coated in this artificial diamond layer, which optimizes its performance and improves its resistance to magnetism, friction and the millions of impacts it receives each year.