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2010 Baselworld Ulysse Nardin El Toro

April 22, 2010

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Ulysse Nardin introduced the El Toro timepiece at Baselworld 2010 last month. The "Moonstruck" style case comes in a 43 mm diameter, in either gold or platinum. Inside, is UN's legendary perpetual calendar movement, the automatic calibre UN-32. This in-house COSC-certified chronometer movement has 34 jewels, a white gold rotor and 45-hour power reserve. The bezel and pushpieces are black ceramic. The El Toro features an exclusive fast-action time-zone system, permanent indication of the original time, forward and backward adjustment of all the date indicators, and the synchronized adjustment of these elements using the hour hand.

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Functions are hours, minutes, seconds, second time zone, perpetual calendar, large date, day, month and year. An anti-reflective sapphire crystal is used on the front and back. Water-resistant is 100 meters. The strap comes in rubber or leather with titanium/ceramic folding clasp, or crocodile with red gold or platinum folding clasp. Limited to 500 pieces worldwide.

Retail is $50,000+

Source: Ulysse Nardin

Baselworld, Ulysse Nardin


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