Rose: The Watch Bar launches Ulysse Nardin's Marine Diver Indian Ocean watch

Rose: The Watch Bar in Mumbai launches Ulysse Nardin's Marine Diver Indian Ocean watch

Ulysse Nardin Marine Diver Indian Ocean luxury watchDecember 18, 2015: Rose: The Watch Bar in Mumbai recently launched the limited edition watch, Marine Diver Indian Ocean by Ulysse Nardin, in its store. 

The timepiece, limited to 250 pieces, is inspired by the gigantic Indian Ocean. It is powered by the self-winding caliber UN-26 and has a power reserve of 42 hours. Available in a bi-color case in steel and in 18 ct rose gold mounted on a rubber strap with mention “Indian Ocean” engraved, the Marine Diver timepiece is a highly reliable diving instrument and a fine sports watch as well! 

The dial in blue is decorated with a wave-like motif. The same ornamentation can be seen on the bezel. The solid case-back reveals an engraving of a boat surrounded by the inscription: “Conquer the ocean.” 

Boasting water resistance to 300 meters, made possible thanks to the screw-locked crown and case-back, it also features a unidirectional rotating bezel, which prevents any accidental adjustment to the dive time. The 44 mm face displays large hour-markers and hands with a white luminescent coating and a red stripe, for perfect visibility. The small seconds at 6 o'clock are also oversized, offering a reassuring sign that the watch is functioning as it should, even in the water’s murky depths. Lastly, the claw-shaped rubber molding over the crown ensures it is easy to grip, even under waters.

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