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Produkty | Ulysse Nardin’s Boutique-Exclusive Perpetual Calendar Manufacture

Ulysse Nardin is known for its innovative, easy-to-set perpetual calendars. This winter it introduced a new version, the Perpetual Calendar Manufacture Boutique Edition. Available only through the brand’s own stores, it is limited to 250 pieces.

The watch has the UN-32 in-house movement. This automatic caliber is COSC-certified as a chronometer. Its stand-out feature is that the calendar can be adjusted via a single crown, and can be set either forwards or back. Pushers on opposite sides of the case can adjust the time in one-hour increments. The date is visible through a double window at 1 o’clock. The day can be seen in an aperture on the small-seconds subdial, with the month opposite it. The year appears at 6 o’clock in another double window. A blue hand at the center of the dial points to the home time zone, represented by a 24-hour scale on the flange.


Ulysse Nardin has been recognized for its perpetual calendars ever since the GMT +/- Perpetual was introduced. Designed by Ludwig Oechslin, the GMT +/- was the first perpetual calendar that could be adjusted both forwards and backwards via the crown without damaging the movement. Ulysse Nardin first introduced the UN-32 manufacture movement, its in-house version of the mechanism, at Baselworld 2014. The new Boutique Edition has a 43-mm platinum case and a blue dial. It has a nonreflective sapphire crystal over the dial and another on the caseback. The watch is water resistant to 30 meters. It comes on a blue leather strap with a folding buckle. It costs $69,500.