TA limited-edition version of Ulysse Nardin’s popular military-style watch.

Established more than 170 years ago, Ulysse Nardin has become one of the world’s leading watch brands by blending traditional craftsmanship with innovation. Moreover, the company is one of a select few to develop high-precision components and state-of-the-art movements in-house. All of these things come together in Ulysse Nardin’s latest watch. Part of the Marine Torpilleur Military series, this watch pays tribute to the small military vessel and its power. Both stylish and casual, Marine Torpilleur Military Khaki features a contemporary take on traditional military-style timepieces. The design blends dynamic curves with bold accents in a new color palette.

This version comes with a 44mm black DLC stainless steel case with a matching bezel and a screw-down safety crown. On the black dial, the indexes stand out with a khaki color, matched by the “trellis fabric” strap. Functions include the COSC-certified chronometer, small seconds and a round date window at the 6 o’clock mark, as well as a date corrector. The small second dial also features the individual watch number in red.

The sapphire crystal glass boasts an anti-reflective coating, while the case back features a stamped graphic of the iconic Torpilleur torpedo ship. Inside the case, the Manufacture UN-118 movement keeps the time with precision and has a 60-hour power reserve. The new Marine Torpilleur Military Khaki is available in a limited series of only 300 timepieces, available at a price of $7,900. Ulysse Nardin plans to launch more watches from this series in the near future. Photographs© Ulysse Nardin.

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