Ulysse Nardin’s new dive watch combines adventure, innovation and sustainability

Ulysse Nardin fake remains at the forefront of the times with its new sustainable model.

Ulysse Nardin’s latest two-piece capsule collection perfectly embodies the thrill of adventure, the pursuit of innovation and an ongoing dedication to sustainability. Ulysse Nardin is renowned for its pioneering achievements in luxury watchmaking and continues to push boundaries, a tradition that began in the 19th century with its pioneering marine chronometers.

Today, as people become more aware of marine environmental issues, Ulysse Nardin remains committed to reflecting its responsibility through its original designs. This year, Ulysse Nardin expands its adventurous “Ops” capsule collection with the launch of two dynamic new models: Diver Net OPS and Diver Skeleton OPS.

The Diver Net OPS is a high-performance watch and the most sustainable sports watch with an in-house movement on the market. It is water-resistant to 300 meters and is powered by an automatic UN-118 movement with a 60-hour power reserve and a silicon hairspring. The case is made from 95% recycled stainless steel, using innovative materials such as Nylo, which comes from recycled fishing nets, and Carbonium, a high-strength material used in aircraft manufacturing. The sandblasted khaki green dial features a power reserve indicator and small seconds display, and Super-Luminova markers glow green in low light. The adventurous style is complemented by a khaki green fabric strap made partly from recycled fishing nets or a rubber strap with black ceramic elements.

Diver Skeleton OPS reimagines dive fake watches as haute horlogerie, powered by the skeletonized automatic caliber UN-372 and water-resistant to 200 meters. This 44mm watch features an oversized oscillator and silicon escapement, and the bezel and case cover are made of Carbonium. The dial’s skeletonized X structure and the titanium case with black DLC coating exude an ultra-modern design feel. The khaki green fabric strap is also made from recycled fishing nets, enhancing its bold visual style and sustainability philosophy.