Today’s Haute Time Watch of the Day is the Sonata Streamline by Ulysse Nardin. The case design of this impressive timepiece was inspired by the same conceptual designs used for building superyachts – aerodynamic with very clean lines and an elegant look that makes a strong statement.
The Sonata Streamline by Ulysse Nardin features a 44mm case constructed of Ceramic and Titanium and houses a Caliber UN-67 self-winding movement. The Ulysse Nardin team spent 7 years to develop and create The Sonata Streamline which uses silicium, a breakthrough material for parts of the movement and a groundbreaking developement by the UN Team.
The Sonata Streamline’s functions include a second time zone, a chime alarm with settings at the top right of the dial and a countdown indicator at the top left of the dial. Let’s not forget the date indicator at the 4 o’clock position on the dial and power reserve indicator.
Ulysse Nardin’s Sonata Streamline is water-resistant to 50 meters and is shown here on a black leather strap with a deployant clasp.
Source and photograph courtesy of Ulysse Nardin.