Ulysse Nardin released the Marine Torpilleur Military chronometer, a bolder and more imposing version of its Marine Torpilleur model (we wrote about it here).
The Marine Torpilleur Military comes in two variation: one with an eggshell white dial with outlined Arabic numerals and a tan leather strap, the other in black, with orange Arabic numerals, Super-LumiNova-coated hands and a black strap with orange stitching.
Inside the small seconds sundial at 6 o’clock, a red serial number shows the numbering of the timepiece as one of only 300 in a limited edition.
The initials C.W. stand for Chronometer Watch, referencing the military models of the past, whose design followed the strict codes of the armed forces.