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Review: Ulysse Nardin – Anchor Tourbillon

Ulysse Nardin’s groundbreaking Anchor Escapement, unveiled in 2014 as a standalone mechanism, now has a home.

Even better, the epochal component, flagged as the mechanical backbone for the brand’s future watches with its state-of-the-art architecture and silicon components that enhance constant energy transmission without generating friction, has been boosted with a tourbillon. The winsome Anchor Tourbillon features at ‘6’ in an elegant setup, framed by a grand feu enamel dial and encased in rose or white gold case. Available in limited edition of 18 pieces each.

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