2) Case descasing
The case is opened and the movement removed.
4) Movement dissassembly
A watchmaker completly dismantles the movement and do a first examination of each individual component to detect signs of premature wear or risk
affecting the operation of the mechanism.
6) Spare parts control
The spare parts are carefully checked and the watchmaker identifies and replaces all the components that doesn't fit our standards
Using the most advanced lubricants, each functional component of the movement is carefully lubricated to minimise friction and prevent wear. This
ensures that the movement of your Ulysse Nardin timepiece will continue to perform accurately.
10) Movement re-assembling
While re-assembling the movement, the precision of its functioning is inspected to ensure the level of quality and reliability expected from Ulysse
12) Water resistence tests
The watch case is rigorously tested to ensure it meets pressure-resistance requirements. The three-step process – a vacuum test, a compression test
and a condensation test – will reveal the presence of even the smallest amount of moisture inside the case.
14) Final inspection of aesthetic
During the final check, the power reserve, timing accuracy and aesthetic appearance of your watch are verified one last time against manufacturing
specifications to guarantee the highest possible standard of quality.