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Diver 44mm


8'900 CHF

Ulysse Nardin offers an extended 5 year warranty on all newly-purchased watches.

Strap variations

The favorite among free spirits Crafted to withstand up to three hundred meters of water pressure, Diver Chronometer redefines functional elegance with its audacious design.

1 variation available

Diver 44mm
9'600 CHF

Diver 44mm


8'900 CHF

Caliber UN-118 Manufacture movement

Classic or unconventional, simple or complex, for men or women, this collection of calibers is one of the most extensive and diverse in the industry. It is based on a culture of innovation, independence and quality that has made Ulysse Nardin one of the most advanced brands in creative watchmaking.
Number of parts 260
Power reserve (H) 60
Functions Hours, minutes, small seconds, date. Anti-magnetic escapement. Power-reserve indicator.
Frequency (Hz) 4
Frequency (vph) 28800
Escapement Silicium + DIAMonSIL

Technical specifications


Caliber UN-118 Manufacture movement
Case Titanium
Glass Sapphire
Mechanism Self winding
Dimensions Diameter 44mm
Strap Rubber


The case of each Ulysse Nardin timepiece is individually numbered on the side.


Diver Chronometer has an inverted, concave bezel with domed sapphire glass. Its face heralds the mechanical marvel of the UN-118 movement with its silicium technology.


Diver Chronometer is presented on a rubber strap with a titanium element and a titanium pin buckle.
Warranty Extension

5 year warranty

Your new watch comes with a standard 2-year international warranty. To extend this warranty, we invite you to register your watch within one year from the date of purchase.

"Already a favorite among adrenaline-seekers, the Diver has adopted a completely new, contemporary appearance both outside and in, and redefines functional elegance with its audacious design."

Vincent Daveau, The Daily Telegraph

Fred Buyle

Underwater explorer, Buyle has spent most of the last three decades beneath the surface of the seas capturing images in the watery depths with just a camera, available light and one breath of air. Fred Buyle is using his underwater photography to change the way we see the seas.
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