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Anytime. Anywhere Scene 7. Hana, Maui, Hawaii

By Stephen Watson    |   3 minute read


Set your dive time and descend. Your sense of reality shapeshifts as you fall deeper into darkness—the temperature drops to a chill as you sink below the surface into an underwater world almost untouched by light.

Your breath tightens as the pressure intensifies, and your pupils dilate, straining against the darkness. Time is precious—seconds count. Your oxygen only lasts so long. The glowing indices on your watch allow for the precise timing of the dive. It's time to resurface.


Ulysse Nardin pushes the limits of the Diver collection by taking away the dial for a high-tech skeletonized version of the Diver X. The skeletonized treatment exposes the 171 parts of the UN-372 Manufacture movement, which holds a power reserve of 72 hours. The 44 mm titanium case is paired with an orange rubber strap, redefining the dive watch with a spectacular limited edition.


Surfer Hank Gaskell wears the Skeleton X Diver from Ulysse Nardin. Photographed May 16 in Hana, Maui, Hawaii. Instagram @hippiehanahank

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Stephen Watson serves as an authority within the US watch industry. He was most recently the Editor in Chief of Revolution following his post as the Editor in Chief of Watch Journal and Executive Editor of Surface Magazine. Stephen Watson is a GPHG academy member.

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