Ulysse Nardin Black Sea with yellow hands and indices
Similar to the earlier versions, the red version of the Black Sea and the Black Sea Chronograph, the yellow model encompasses a stainless steel case, treated with a complex vulcanization process that conferred it the matte-black rubber coating.
The 6 o’clock position hosts the small seconds and round date, while the 12 o’clock spot serves as home to the watch’s power-reserve indicator. This feature is somewhat useless, as the timepiece sports an automatic mechanical UN caliber 26 movement, with no need of a power reserve indicator.
Finished with a black rubber strap with ceramic inserts and ceramic folding clasp, this 45.8 mm timepiece is a stunning gadget that we’d proudly love to wear on our wrists. I wonder what a blue version would look like!