Ulysse Nardin Classico Luna Watch - Feel the Moon's Magnetism

Jul 03, 2012
For those fascinated by the moon, Ulysse Nardin is pleased to present its new Classico Luna watch. The timepiece precisely shows the rotation of the moon in a realistic representation.

Rotating clockwise around the earth, the moon reflects the light of the sun. The new Ulysse Nardin watch shows its angle of illumination, with its moon rotating around the dials center, performing one rotation in 12 hours. As the moon phase circle includes 29.5 days, the color of the moon phase disc changes, increasing and decreasing, with the moon waning or waxing.

The moon phase is set with help of a corrector found between 5 to 6 oclock.

The Classico Luna has been created in different variations for both men and women. Men will enjoy an elegant classic timepiece with a traditional dial layout, featuring a silver or black background and straight indexes. Women will surely feel the watchs powerful feminine appeal, with its bezel adorned with diamonds and its white mother-of-pearl dial sparkling with 8 diamonds.

The case of the watch, 40 mm or 35 mm in diameter, is sculptured from 18K rose gold or stainless steel. The precious version is decorated with 60 diamonds. The face is protected by an anti-reflective sapphire crystal.

The Classico Lady Luna watch is animated by a self-winding movement - Calibre UN-829. The mechanism provides the following functions: hours, minutes, seconds, date and moon phase, and gives an advantage of a 42-hour power reserve.

The timepiece is 50-meter water-resistant.

The Ulysse Nardin Classico Luna watch is presented on a leather strap or a stainless steel or 18K rose gold bracelet fitted with a deployant clasp.

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