Ulysse Nardin launched El Toro, the direct descendant of the first Perpetual Calendar released in 1996, which allows forward and backward adjustment of all calendar functions over one single crown.
The invention of the Perpetual Calendar was an extraordinary milestone set in the history of watchmaking. El Toro is equipped with the iconic manufacturer movement, featuring an exclusive time zone quick-setting system, and the hour hand is adjusted to a new local time with pushers (+/-)
El Toro is available in a masculine 18-carat rose gold case with a silverized blue dial. The ceramic bezel and pushers complement the blue-gold palette, and the squeletted hands permit easy reading of all calendar functions.
The caseback is sapphire and COSC-certified self-winding manufacture movement. The owner can choose between a leather or rubber strap with folding ceramic deployment clasp.