An announcement this week from Ulysse Nardin has given watch lovers and deep sea divers something to get very excited about: the Black Sea Chronograph.
The Black Sea Chronograph is the newest in Ulysse Nardin’s line of Black Sea water timepieces, and it certainly lives up to it’s predecessors. In addition to the typical chronograph face, there is a date indicator at the 4 o’clock position. Next to the date indicator, at the 6 o’clock position, rests a 12 hour counter. The Ulysse Nardin anchor is emblazoned across the main dial, and is also delicately attached to chronograph seconds hand.
The 45.8 millimeter case is crafted from rubber-coated stainless steel, and features a sapphire crystal case back. The strap is also crafted from rubber for unlimited comfort, as are the rubberized pushers, increasing the functionality of the piece. The buckle and other smaller portions are made using ceramic.
The Black Sea Chronograph is self-winding with a power reserve of approximately 42 hours. With the addition of a rubberized screw crown, the Black Sea Chronograph is water resistant up to 200 meters. The Black Sea Chronograph also features glowing capabilities in dark situations.
With stunning design and stunning functionality, the Black Sea Chronograph is sure to leave those who see this timepiece on your wrist more than just a little green in the gills.
To learn more about Ulysse Nardin and the Black Sea Chronograph, visit www.ulysse-nardin.ch/.
-Written by Selena DiGiovanni