Ulysse Nardin Chairman - First Mechanical Cell Phone Ever

Mar 24, 2009
Ulysse Nardin, in close cooperation with the European company SCI Innovations, has created a one-of-kind cell phone named the Ulysse Nardin Chairman. In fact, the Chairman is the first mechanical telephone in the world!

The hybrid smart phone is based on well-cherished values of the prestigious Swiss watchmaking brand and its remarkable horological heritage. Moreover, the gadget boasts most advanced technological features of today.

The Ulysse Nardin Chairman has maintained the iconic elements of other creations of the brand. The screw-down push-piece demonstrates the emblematic anchor. The cell phone has also incorporated the signature Ulysse Nardin rotor, the beauty of which is visible through the back of the cell phone.

The most outstanding thing about the hybrid smart phone is that it has integrated the rotor into its movement and into its design. The same as in case with watches powered by an automatic movement, the Chairman is equipped with a second integrated battery that uses the kinetic energy provided by the motion of the rotor. The extra energy helps to keep the phone in perfect working condition.

According to Ulysse Nardin, the luxury Chairman cell phone is compatible with all mobile phone operators. The unique creation will be officially presented BaselWorld 2009.

Watches.infoniac.com is not aware of the price of the hybrid smart phone yet, but considering the price range of the brand's luxury watches, the price should be as breathtaking as the product itself.

The Ulysse Nardin Chairman will be available in a limited edition of 1846 cell phones, commemorating the year of Ulysse Nardins foundation in Le Locle, Switzerland.

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