Ulysse Nardin Diver X Antarctica

Limited edition of 300 pieces

Reference #: 1183-170LE-3/90-ANT

8,900 USD
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Ulysse Nardin’s Diver X Antartica finds inspiration in the photographic work of artist Sebastien Copeland who uses his art to express his deep love our planet.

Ulysse Nardin Adventurers

Photographer Sebastian Copeland is the latest explorer to become a member of Ulysse Nardin’s “Team of Ulysse” adventurers this month, joining other free-spirited men and women such as Fred Buyle, Alex Caizergues, Mathieu Crepel, Sebastien Destremau, Ben Thouard and Alessia Zecchini. In addition to his incredible photography, Sebastian is credited with leading the first East/West transcontinental crossing of Antarctica by skis and kites via two of its poles, setting three world records over 4100 kilometers that took 82 days. He is planning a new expedition to cross the Arctic Ocean in 2021.

The dial

The Diver X Antarctica, that is inspired by the continent he loves so much, is highly recognizable thanks to its dramatic gray dial that features the brand’s “X” across its dial.

The titanium case

Housed in a 44mm titanium case, the timepiece features an inverted concave unidirectional rotating bezel and is water-resistant to 300 meters. Turn the watch over and the case back reveals a stamp of the route of the Vendée Globe.

The UN-118 caliber

It is powered by the brand’s in-house, Caliber UN-118 that includes silicium and Diamonsil technology.

The Strap

The Ulysse Nardin Diver X Antartica comes fitted with a white rubber strap and pin buckle.


Features

The Basics

Dial

Case

Strap

Functions

  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Date
  • Small Seconds

Special Features

  • Water resistance 300m/30 bar
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The Brand

Ulysse Nardin

The story of Ulysse Nardin started in 1846 when a young visionary watchmaking apprentice in Le Locle, Switzerland, decided to strike out on his own. Ulysse Nardin began by making precision marine chronometers. By the 1860s, his name was well known around the world for highly complicated watches, such as minute repeaters and pocket chronometers. The company made 3, rue du Jardin in le Locle it’s home in 1865, and Ulysse Nardin watches are still being manufactured in the same building today. Unfortunately, Ulysse Nardin died prematurely at the age of 53 years old.

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