From 206 €/month
Ulysse Nardin Diver Chronometer - 44mm 1183-170-3/92
Originally from Le Locle, Ulysse Nardin is an avant-garde factory inspired by the marine world and famous for its unusual complications and great precision. Founded in 1846, the brand has written some of the most beautiful pages in the history of Haute Horlogerie. Abundantly rewarded by its peers during the life of its founder, the brand has managed to survive, thanks to a policy of innovation. Its on-board timekeeping chronometers are among the most reliable ever designed and remain highly valued collectors. A pioneer of cutting-edge technologies and the use of innovative materials such as silicon, Ulysse Nardin has always focused on pushing the boundaries of design, engineering and technology. It is one of the few manufacturers to have the in-house expertise to produce its own high-precision components and movements. Ulysse Nardin makes iconic timepieces full of ingenuity and technical prowess. This feat is partly due to the desire of the company to master each aspect of manufacturing in-house and to maintain a spirit of independence. For more than 170 years, the brand has been constantly looking towards the horizon while remaining consistent in precision that combines bold ingenuity and undeniable style.
Your order can be cancelled or exchanged within 14 days from its delivery date.
from the date of receipt of your order. Only watches that have not been worn, in perfect condition and in their original packaging can be returned or exchanged.
Only people residing in Germany and who are 18 years old minimum and 65 years old maximum, are eligible for a 0% loan application. In the case of a purchase with direct payment, anyone anywhere can freely buy on our website.
All our watches come with their original case and certificate as well as the brand’s international warranty.
These are the payment methods that we accept :
- 0% loan request for watches up to € 35’000,-
- Bank transfer
- Credit card
No, it is not considered a debt for our financial partner.
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