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Ulysse Nardin Releases The New Diver X Skeleton Black, Limited To Only 175-Pieces

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Following the success of the Diver X Skeleton in blue that rapidly sold out upon its release in 2021.

The diver watch continues to make a splash in the world of luxury watches, with modern-day examples that sport precious materials and complex movements. Born with nautical inspiration in mind, Ulysse Nardin prides itself on offering an extensive collection of dive watches that serve to an array of looks and lifestyles. Ulysse Nardin is proud to present the new limited-edition Diver X Skeleton Black, featuring a vibrant 44mm design crafted from black DLC titanium and Carbonium.

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Placing its iconic ‘X’ logo at the center of its skeletonized dial with eye-catching yellow highlights, Ulysse Nardin focuses on its beauty behind its movement in action. Powering the Diver X. Skeleton Black is Ulysse Nardin’s in-house UN-372 automatic movement, which holds an impressive 72-hour power reserve while operating under a 200-meter water resistance. The sapphire backcase presents a secondary view at the inner workings of the watch, with commemorative engravings on the outer case highlighting the special 175-piece release from Ulysse Nardin. The available option for straps highlight the brand’s new flashy yellow rubber strap and a black R-STRAP made of upcycled fishing nets. The new limited-edition Ulysse Nardin Diver X Skeleton Black is currently available through an authorized dealer with a price tag of $25,800. Check back into duPont REGISTRY for more upcoming luxury watch news and releases.

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