New models Wednesday, December 13th 2006
Case stainless steel © Ulysse Nardin
A perfectly square case (hence the name Quadrato) measuring 42mm along each side affords the owner a substantial, assured statement for the wrist. Continuing in the Ulysse Nardin tradition, calendar information is displayed in a series of apertures cut into the dial so that you only see the information that you need.
At 10 o'clock of the case, you'll find the plus (+) pusher to shift the GMT hand; the minus (-) pusher is located at 8 o'clock. The pushers are ergonomically placed, providing ease of operation when activated by the thumb. For those searching for that elusive combination of total functionality and contemporary esthetics, the Quadrato Dual Time is the perfect travel companion.
Skeletonized hands provide for optimal reading of the Big Date, the 24 hour home time indicator at 9 o'clock, and the oversized small seconds at 6 o'clock.
The patented dual time mechanism can be observed through the exhibition case back. ■