The renowned Swiss watchmaker has reinterpreted a tonneau model from its Museum Collection based on a classic 1915 model. The new Ulysse Nardin Replica recall the elegance of the early 20th century while the color scheme honors the host city of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games. The inner-parts only remind us that it is a modern model, with the most advanced technology from the brand. This very interesting model is only produced in a limited edition of 100 pieces.

This special model was originally created in 1915 for a Russian leader and then reintroduced as part of Ulysse Nardin Replica Collection in 2004. It has been revived to commemorate Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games.Replica Watches The Sochi Petrograd is marked with white, red, and blue colors to resemble the Russian flag. This is in addition to the engraved logo for the most important winter sport event visible on the case-back of yellow gold. All classic watch enthusiasts will enjoy the rest of this watch.

The case of this "Tonneau" is made of 18 karat gold and polished to perfection, displaying the Art Deco style. The lugs of this watch have a unique shape that supports a striking leather strap in burgundy with an 18-karat yellow gold buckle. The dial is a deep silvery white with a red 24-hour line running along the outer edge.Omega Speedmaster Replica Watches A polished minute track also runs around this dial. Black hour numerals adorn the authentic sub-dial for small seconds and the inscription 'Brand Name. Blued steel is used to create the central and small seconds hands.

Ulysse Nardin Replica Sochi Petrograd is powered by a Calibre 2202 exclusive to Ulysse Nardin Replica, with Co-Axial Escapement. This escapement ensures high-end precision and stability. Ulysse Nardin Replica has decorated its advanced movement in a luxurious finish for all mechanical enthusiasts. The watch is a great way for Ulysse Nardin Replica to celebrate its role as Official Timekeeper at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. This task has been performed 26 times by the Swiss brand since 1932.

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