One More Wave x Ulysse Nardin Diver Chronometer Supports Disabled Surfing Veterans
Ulysse Nardin has teamed up along with veterans non-profit One More Wave to release its second ski watch, just in time intended for Veterans Day.
The Swiss watchmaker 1st partnered with One More Trend, a San Diego-based company that makes custom surfboards to get disabled veterans, in 2019 when they released the Diver Deep Dive OMW, and also both partners have Marine roots.
This specific latest watch - often the limited edition Diver Chronometer OMW - designed by users of the One More Wave, will be water resistant to 300 feets and features a black call and a DLC titanium 44mm case with turquoise highlights. The One More Wave trident logo - also inside black and turquoise - is situated in the center of the best replica watches ’s sapphire ravenscroft case back.
" We would not be this company we are today without the assist of Ulysse Nardin, " said One More Wave originator and former US Dark blue SEAL Alex West.
Ulysse Nardin's newest dive watch is to help support veterans
This timepiece celebrates the brand's collaboration with One More Wave, any non-profit that helps veterans make use of surf therapy.
Back in 2015, former Ough. S. Navy SEAL Alex West founded his signed up non-profit, One More Wave, to offer disabled veterans with a perception of community and goal through the medium of searching. Living in San Diego, CA, he or she and a small group of volunteers build surfboards to meet the actual physical and performance needs involving individual veterinarians who can search through five OMW facilities across the country. replica Audemars Piguet Royal Oak
Inside 2019, nautical-focused watch company Ulysse Nardin teamed up together with One More Wave to start a special edition contemporary Diver Deep Dive watch. In may, the partnership returns with a brand new iteration, officially named the particular Diver Chronometer 44m OMW, once again raising funds for starters More Wave’s operations.
The new 300m diver’s watch is a certified chronograph, which in modern parlance means it has been rigorously analyzed for accuracy by the indie Swiss body COSC (Contrôle Officielle Suisse des Chronomètres). This level of technical accurate is relatively rare among modern day sports watches, making it an appealing proposition for serious lovers looking to make a big little water. Historically, UN efforts have got focused on more accurate keeping time. Since its founding in 1846, the company has manufactured ocean timepieces for as many as 45 navies around the world, all with all the high precision required to efficiently find the way the high seas. The COSC approval thus places the new version firmly in the brand's long tradition in terms of features. RICHARD MILLE RM67-02 EXTRA FLAT SEBASTIEN OGIER
Where it breaks using convention, however , is in it is aesthetics. While older Ulysse Nardin watches often echoed its nautical and maritime vintage style with basic white dials and Both roman numerals, over the past 15 yrs the manufacturer has broken far from its traditional design vocabulary to create forward-thinking and cool pieces. Following in the footsteps of such new additions, the Diver Chronometer 44m OMW comes with a matte black sandblasted ti on gray rubber having turquoise accents in a circumstance that is remarkably contemporary.
The new watch, tied to 100 pieces, is driven by the in-house Caliber UN 118 movement with several hours, seconds, minutes, date and also a power reserve indicator at 10 o'clock. It also features a cavité, inward-facing bezel, once a frequent fixture on professional immerse watches. At the same time, the logo connected with Athens Watch and One A lot more Wave is engraved around the transparent sapphire case backside. cheap watches for sale