One of the world's powerhouses of Swiss horological engineering, Ulysse Nardin has been designing some of the finest timepieces on earth since the mid-1800s. Ulysse Nardin watches are known by luxury timepiece aficionados the world over as some of the finest ever produced. Its Triple Jack line is an exceptional example of what is possible at the intersection of extreme manufacturing expertise and exquisite design prowess.
With 42-millimeter cases available in either rich, lustrous 18k rose gold or brilliant and rare platinum and dials in jet black onyx, deep blue lapis, enamel and shimmering mother of pearl there is a design option sure to fit practically any taste. Long, tapered hours and minutes hands sweep around the elegant, numeral-free dial, over slender, triangular indexes fashioned of the case metal. Smaller indexes in between the larger ones indicate minutes. The most obviously notable and dramatic dial design element is the set of three Jacks hammering the bells spread over an arc across the dial from nine o'clock to two o'clock. The Jacks are cast of the same metal used to manufacture the case. It is certainly one of the most unique luxury wristwatch embellishments available. Protecting this one-of-a-kind work of art is a scratch and glare-resistant hardened sapphire crystal.
Powering the Triple Jack is the exceptionally accurate Ulysses Nardin in-house designed and manufactured UN-73 manual movement with 36-hour power reserve. Watches in this series are outfitted with a hand-stitched alligator leather strap and folding clasp manufactured of the same metal as is used in the case. As a complete package, this timepiece makes a gorgeous and completely unique addition to any watch collection and is sure to enthrall generations of future owners.