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Ulysse Nardin Macho Palladium 950

With the Macho Palladium Ulysse Nardin introduces a material previously used only in jewelry to the Haute Orlogerie world. Palladium is a material, discovered in 1803, similar to Platinum but slightly whiter, much lighter and about 12% stronger. The movement on this watch also has a distinguishable feature which was first used on a Ulysse Nardin pocket watch in 1912: both the hand on the power reserve indicator and underlying disk move. When the movement is wound the disk rotates counter-clockwise until the largest segment of the scale reaches the power reserve hand. When the watch is not being worn, the power reserve hand rotates counter-clockwise until it reaches the smallest segment of the scale.
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3 Responses

  1. Simonn says:

    I found your site on Google and read a few of your other entires. Nice Stuff. I’m looking forward to reading more from you.

    • interwatches says:

      Simmon, thank you very much for your review. We are looking forward to answering as many enquirers as we can. So, if you have any doubts, let us know.

      Kind regards,

      Constanza.

    • interwatches says:

      Simon, thank you very much for your review. We are looking foward to have you back at Interwatches.com’s blog and, if you have any further topic of which you would like to receive information, please let us know.
      Thank you very much

      Constanza.

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