In 1846, in Le Locle, Switzerland, young watchmaker Ulysse Nardin had a vision of the future. Despite living miles from the sea, he was convinced of two things: a rising demand for marine and pocket chronometers, and his ability to meet that demand.
He was right on both counts, and Ulysse Nardin navigational timepieces would come to set the standard for precision in both civil and military realms, and establish his company for generations to come. By the 1870s, over 50 navies and international shipping companies were equipped with marine deck chronometers, providing sailors instruments for accuracy and efficiency across trades and continents.
Ulysse Nardin has embarked on an odyssey, to push back the limits of time, to reinvent the rules of what can and cannot be done. Each new achievement confirms the manufacture as a bold adventurer in the world of Haute Horlogerie but while each technological achievement remains a source of pride and wonder, the Maison knows that experience is the magnitude of our world.
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