Ulysse Nardin 43mm Model 1186-126-3/43

Retail Price – $31,800
Our Price – $22,896

Your Savings – $8,904

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  • Ulysse Nardin 43mm Model 1186-126-3/43
  • Chronometer Manufacture
  • 43mm
  • 18K Rose Gold Case
  • Blue Dial with Roman Numerals
  • Self-Winding Movement
  • Hour and Minute Hands in the Center
  • Small Seconds and Round Date Window at 6 o’clock
  • Power Reserve Indicator at 12 o’clock
  • Approximately 60 hours of power reserve
  • Blue Rubber Strap
  • Water Resistant to 100 Meters
  • Ulysse Nardin 43mm Model 1186-126-3/43

Please call us at (800) 654-7184 for pricing and availability Ulysse Nardin 43mm Model 1186-126-3/43

Our Commitment to You
Alan Furman & Company features authentic Ulysse Nardin 43mm Model 1186-126-3/43. Every Ulysse Nardin watch, along with Ulysse Nardin 43mm Model 1186-126-3/43, we sell is guaranteed to be authentic. We have been selling Ulysse Nardin Watches since 1985. We discount genuine Ulysse Nardin watches including Marine, Dual Time, Classic, and Michelangelo models. We guarantee each watch is thoroughly inspected before being shipped to you. Our fine watch division offers great discounts on all Ulysse Nardin watch models. Most Ulysse Nardin is either stocked in our inventory or is readily available in a matter of days. We honor the manufacturer’s warranty on every watch that we sell.  These watches will be accompanied by a warranty from Alan Furman & Co. which displays our written guarantee.  Merchandise and watches may be returned to us for warranty repair or replacement. Items purchased from us that are not special orders may be returned unused for a full refund, less shipping costs. All returns must be made within 10 days of receipt.

The Ulysse Nardin Brand
Ulysse Nardin was born in Le Locle, Switzerland in 1823. Ulysse was trained under his own father, Leonard-Frederic Nardin, and then William Dubois to became a watchmaker. Nardin founded the Ulysse Nardin company in 1846 in his home town of Le Locle. The watches exhibited high-quality workmanship and were signed by their maker. It was the beginning of an enterprise that has lasted more than 150 years. Since that time, Ulysse Nardin has won 18 international gold medals and 4,300 first prizes in chronometric distinction. Its many models, including its most iconic works, are housed within a four-pillar system for simple navigation: Marine, Functional, Exceptional and Classico. On February 20, 1876 Ulysse Nardin passed away. Due to the death of his father, 21-year old Paul-David Nardin takes over control of the company. By 1900, nine pocket chronometers fitted with tourbillon escapements were made by Paul-David. In 1915, at the Naval Observatory, Washington DC, Ulysse Nardin takes first place among 60 marine chronometers entered. In 1996, the company’s 150th Anniversary was celebrated with the introduction of the marine Chronometer 1846. The single-button chronograph “Pulsometer” to commemorate Ulysse Nardin’s birth in 1823 was introduced in 1998, yet this was eclipsed the following year when the firm debuted the GMT Perpetual, two unique and exclusive Ulysse Nardin creations integrated into one watch.Popular collections of Ulysse Nardin watches include the Executive Dual Time and Dual Time Lady GMT +/- , Lady Diver Starry Night & the Classico Collection.