Ulysse Nardin’s $9,600 Le Locle Is a Bold, Mid-Century Take on the Dive Watch

Ulysse Nardin’s $9,600 Le Locle Is a Bold, Mid-Century Take on the Dive Watch

If you’re looking for a diving watch, there’s more than one choice out there. And, if you’re in the market, the new Ulysse Nardin Le Locle timepiece is definitely worth a minute of your time.

Ulysse Nardin is generally known for complex innovations and regatta timers, but the brand’s new diver watch is impressive. It’s look is pure vintage, and it uses silicone components, and Nardin’s nearly flawless in-house movement.

This new watch takes inspiration from a 1964 model and honors the brand’s maritime heritage, while also offering a good survey of modern advancements. The 42mm polished case boasts beveled lugs and a retro-inspired dial with a faux patina look.

Other notable features include a segmented pattern handset, a date readout at 3 o’clock, circular cyclops, and sapphire crystal with AR coating. Inside, an in-house caliber UN-320 complication boasts 48 hours of power reserve, and water resistance up to 328 feet.

Paired with a thick sailcloth strap, the Ulysse Nardin Diver Le Locle is available for $9,600.

   
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