Ulysse Nardin

Ulysse Nardin SA is a Swiss luxury watchmaking company founded in 1846 in Le Locle, Switzerland. The company became known in the nautical world for manufacturing highly accurate marine chronometers and complicated timepieces used by over fifty of the world's navies from the end of the 19th century till 1950.

Ulysse Nardin Manufacture has been disrupting watchmaking with timepieces inspired by the sea.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is the cheapest Ulysse Nardin watch?

The cheapest Ulysse Nardin watch is going to set you back some R 50 000. Even the second hand watches can be quite pricey.

How much is a genuine Ulysse Nardin watch?

A genuine Ulysse Nardin watch will start from around R 70 000 but can go up to R 500 000 or more.

Are Ulysse Nardin worth the money?

Since the Ulysse Nardin brand is considered a luxury buy, any of the watches that you buy will be worth the money that you spend. These watches are also quite fantastic when it comes to holding onto their value.

What is the hardest Ulysse Nardin to get?

The hardest Ulysse Nardin to get will be any of the watches in the limited edition or vintage range. These watches are only available in limited supply and they are known to sell out fast.

Which Ulysse Nardin should I buy?

The Ulysse Nardin that you end up buying should be the one that you really want, it is as simple as that. The watch should suit your style and it should not force you to overspend on your budget. Such a watch can be found in the new or used range of watches.

How long will a Ulysse Nardin last?

An Ulysse Nardin can truly last a lifetime. These watches are made from the best possible materials and they are known to hold onto their value and their fantastic condition.

How do I tell if my Ulysse Nardin is real?

There are a few easy ways to tell if your Ulysse Nardin is the real deal. The easiest thing to do is to check for obvious signs of the watch being fake, such as bad lettering, peeling paint, a fairly fake looking serial number and a badly faked logo. The best way to avoid buying a fake is to rather only shop from a reputable company.

Should I buy a new or used Ulysse Nardin?

The choice of buying a new or used Ulysse Nardin is entirely based on what you prefer. A new watch is a great option if you have the money but a used watch is just as good, if you buy from a trusted source.

What is the most wanted Ulysse Nardin?

The most wanted Ulysse Nardin watch is going to be one from either the limited edition range or it could be a vintage piece. Any watch that can be hard to get your hands on is going to be among the most wanted.

How much is Ulysse Nardin service cost?

The cost to give your Ulysse Nardin watch a service can vary. The company or person you take the watch to for a service, the type of watch you have and the amount of work that you need to do is all going to affect the price that you end up paying.

How can I tell the year of my Ulysse Nardin?

There are a few easy ways to tell the year of your watch. For starters you can do a simple Google search for the make and model. Another way to tell the year can be to have a look at the serial number, while looking at any paperwork that the watch comes with should also give you answers.

Do Ulysse Nardin watches need maintenance?

Yes your Ulysse Nardin watch is definitely going to need some maintenance from time to time. Generally an annual bit of maintenance will go a long way towards keeping your watch in the best possible condition.

Do Ulysse Nardin watches hold their value?

Yes, an Ulysse Nardin watch is more than capable of holding onto its value so long as you keep the watch in a good condition and give it regular maintenance.

Do Ulysse Nardin watches come with a certificate of authenticity?

Your Ulysse Nardin watch should come with some sort of paperwork that will point to its authenticity.

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