A powerful timepiece for everyday use.
Ulysse Nardin copy introduced its first perpetual calendar in 1996, allowing all calendar functions to be adjusted back and forth on one crown. Combining technological innovation and user comfort, this extraordinary invention set a milestone in the history of watchmaking.
The breakthrough technology of the past decade has led to a more refined incarnation by introducing El Toro, the latest direct descendant of the original perpetual calendar.
El Toro Perpetual Calendar features this iconic manufacture movement with an exclusive time zone quick setting system. In addition, the hour hand can be instantly adjusted to the new local time by means of the pusher (+/-). The adjustment of the oversized date (day, month and year) is synchronized with the movement of the hour hand.
El Toro offers a masculine 18 ct rose gold case and silver plated/blue dial. The bezel and buttons made of ceramic also accentuate the complementary colors of rose gold and blue. Engraved hands provide easy access to all calendar functions. The sapphire caseback constitutes the COSC-certified self-winding manufacture movement. Available on a leather or rubber strap with a folding ceramic deployment clasp.
refer to. 326-00-3
UN-32 movement, 34 jewels
Power reserve about 45 hours
On-chain Automatically on-chain, with COSC certificate.
The perpetual calendar is adjustable on a single crown. The second time zone on the main dial features a patented quick-set mechanism. Permanent home time indicated by 3 hands. Big date in double window.
8 ct rose gold case with blue ceramic bezel
Water Resistant 100M Dial Silver Plated/Blue
Crystal Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Caseback Sapphire Crystal Watch
Rubber strap with titanium/ceramic deployment clasp or leather strap with folding clasp.