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Ulysse Nardin Black Sea Watch Not Geeky, But Still Gorgeous

 |  |  |  March 16, 2011


While we usually only feature timepieces with tech geek appeal, this watch was too hard to pass up. As far as watches go in the high-end market Ulysse Nardin has some of the coolest and most expensive watches around. The company has a new watch in its Maxi Marine Dive Collection that isn’t as fancy as some of its other offerings. The new watch is called the Black Sea Watch and is done up in black with red fonts.

The watch is a rugged all weather sports diving timekeeper with a self-winding movement and a 42-hour reserve power indicator. It has an oversized  seconds register and a large date display. The watch is in a specially treated stainless steel case that has been subjected to a vulcanization process. The process gives the watch a matte black rubber coating. The back of the watchcase shows off the shelf-movement and looks cool too I am sure. The bezel of the watch rotates and it has a screwed crown.

Each of the watches are individually numbered and water resistant to 200 meters. Pricing is unannounced, but you probably can’t afford it anyway.



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