Introducing: The Ulysse Nardin Classico Manufacture 'Grand Feu'

Introducing: The Ulysse Nardin Classico Manufacture 'Grand Feu'

Last year, Ulysse Nardin started conveying the Classico Manufacture with a white grand feu polish dial for only 8,500 CHF (around $8,430 at season of distributing), trusting its exceptionally competitive value point would make it an appealing alternative for both finish lovers and those searching for a perfect dress watch with something extraordinary to offer. Since this kind of enrichment requires extraordinary expertise and isn’t accessible to all companies, a heavy premium ordinarily comes with watches with plated dials.

The Ulysse Nardin Classico Manufacture “Stupendous Feu”

Now Ulysse Nardin is adding a clear blue grand feu polish dial to the reach, which is made by applying blue veneer powder over a guilloché dial, and terminating it in a furnace at extremely high temperatures – somewhere near 800° C – albeit the blazes can’t be controlled to give a precise temperature each time. The signs, painted in the past model, are presently applied. Something else, the highlights of the watch are unchanged. These incorporate exemplary Roman numerals, feuille-molded hands and a little seconds counter at six o’clock with a little round opening for the date window.

The watch is introduced in a similar edge as well, a thin 9.6mm hardened steel case estimating a generally humble 40mm in measurement. Water opposition is 30 meters, however this is obviously not a watch intended for dynamic wear.

Pricing has not yet been delivered, yet we will refresh this story when we learn more.

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