Dive with Ulysse Nardin watch diver Lemon Shark
Ulysse Nardin Diver Lemon Shark – Committed to marine protection
To commemorate World Ocean Day and celebrate its community of friends and partners, including world-renowned shark experts, divers, universities and non-profit organizations, Ulysse Nardin has launched Diver Lemon Shark – an amazing 42mm shark-themed limited edition wrist Table diver.
Ulysse Nardin watch and shark conservation
In keeping with the Swiss watch manufacturer’s dedication to the protection and diversity of sharks around the world, Ulysse Nardin has launched Diver Lemon Shark, a modern functional watch designed specifically for the deep sea. The 42mm black DLC model is the latest member of the Diver series. It is equipped with a black sandblasted dial with a yellow lemon shark “signature”, three lemon sharks printed on the back and a black R-STRAP fishing net made entirely of recycled materials. The yellow accents on the bezel, dial, crown and strap pay tribute to the lemon shark, reminiscent of its skin color and its connection to the seabed. The concave bezel with domed sapphire glass creates a stylish look and is designed for those exploring the depths of the ocean.
Ulysse Nardin watch movement technology
The Diver Lemon Shark watch uses revolutionary silicon technology and was created by Ulysse Nardin at its headquarters in Le Locle, Switzerland. The dial is decorated with “shark gray” Superluminova fluorescent hour markers, and the 12 o’clock position on the bezel is marked with a yellow 0. The lemon yellow second hand, second hand and discreet stitching on the R-STRAP distinguish this model from all other models, making it a unique and coveted timepiece that pays homage to the lemon shark.
To celebrate the launch of Diver Lemon Shark on World Ocean Day, the Swiss manufacturer has collaborated with world-renowned shark experts dedicated to the study of marine life and marine conservation, bringing together two outstanding organizations: OCEARCH and FIU Medina Aquarius Program in FIU Environmental Research So. Ulysse Nardin fake
Photographer Fred Buyle-a friend of Ulysse Nardin and a fearless deep-sea diver in the Azores-uses his craft to mark the biomarkers of sharks in order to better understand these gentle members of the Carcharhinid family. “Lemon sharks are not aggressive to humans, but they are almost a threatened species. Biomarkers are essential for understanding their lifestyle from a larger perspective,” Buyle said.
Fred used his knowledge and experience to dive with scientists, taking them to the nursery where they gave birth and documenting their brave marking process as they approached the top predators of the ocean.
Gentle giant lemon shark
The lemon shark lives mainly in Florida and is a carnivore that feeds on fish and crustaceans. They sneak close to their prey because their yellow color is easy to camouflage, which matches the sandy seabed where they live. They gave birth to young lives and obviously have the ability to form social bonds and learn from each other. The largest recorded lemon shark is 3.4 meters (11.3 feet) long. replica watches china