Perpetual Calendar GMT±

    The Perpetual in white gold is equipped with a new case diameter of 42mm, and the structured dial is available in different colors. The striking ovoid-shape skeleton hands permit comfortable reading of all calendar functions such as weekday, big date, month, and year. The exhibition case back allows for viewing of the self-winding patented Ulysse Nardin movement. The Perpetual undergoes the rigorous COSC tests, certifying its reliability and accuracy. Inside information: This watch is the only perpetual calendar that adjusts forward and backward in seconds with the quick corrector position of a single crown, even in the year 2100.

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