The Innovision reaches the consumers' wrist, for the most part.
A retro military style watch with an in-house movement and modest price.
A limited edition for a horological social club.
A tourbillon that keeps ambition and price in check.
Patrick Pruniaux tapped to turn around the watchmaker.
A slimmed down and more affordable take on the classic Ulysse Nardin.
The line-up includes several well-priced complications, including a tourbillon for less than US$30,000.
A quartet of watches modelled on watches from Ulysse Nardin's distant, and more recent, history.
One of the most interesting watches unveiled at Baselworld 2016, the Ulysse Nardin Grand Deck Marine Tourbillon tells the time with a miniature boom, cables and pulleys, just like a sailboat.
French luxury conglomerate Kering has just announced its acquisition of 100% of the share capital of Ulysse-Nardin from the Schnyder family, beefing up its watchmaking division.