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Kitesurfing with UN

Ulysse Nardin welcomes French kitesurfer Alex Caizergues on board as their new brand ambassador.

Kering group based brand, Ulysse Nardin is increasingly adding more and more names to their 'portfolio' of modern adventurers. The latest one being the French kitesurfer and World Sailing Speed Kitesurfing record holder (with a run averaging 107.3 km/h, or 57.98 knots (over 500m)), Alex Caizergues.

The first person to surpass 100 km/h on the water by sail power, Caizergues loves the company of his Ulysse Nardin Diver Deep Dive on his

"The dial features fifteen sharks as a reminder that man only visits the oceans and that the sea belongs to the animals that inhabit it."

journeys through the Ulysses of today. Powered by the in-house UN-320 calibre, the sturdy sports watch is water-resistant to a depth of 1,000 metres. It has been especially designed for extreme sports enthusiasts with a helium valve, a detachable titanium guard, an expandable and adjustable leather strap and a large bezel fitted with 12 notched teeth for easy manipulation.

The dial features fifteen sharks as a reminder that man only visits the oceans and that the sea belongs to the animals that inhabit it. The caseback also comes stamped with a shark. The Ulysse Nardin Diver Deep Dive is limited to 300 pieces and comes on a rubber strap which is adjustable according to the depth.

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