El Toro Perpetual Calendar by Ulysse Nardin
Do you like this article?
Ulysse Nardin’s first Perpetual Calendar that allowed all calendar functions to be adjusted forward and backward over a single crown was created in 1996. The latest descendant of that groundbreaking timepiece is the new and amazing El Toro Perpetual Calendar, flaunting an exclusive time zone quick-setting system.
By simply operating the +/- pushers, you can easily adjust the hour hand to a new local time zone, and the watch will automatically change the day, month and year accordingly. A third hand permanently indicates the home time.
The classy masculine design of the watch is based on a 43mm 18-carat rose gold case, ceramic pushers and bezel, a silverized/blue dial, and a matching blue band, that can be either a rubber strap with titanium/ceramic clasp, or a leather band with folding buckle.
Powered by an inhouse Caliber UN-32 with 34 jewels, the self-winding luxury timepiece has a power reserve of 45 hours and is water resistant to 100 meters.