From everyday diver watches to ultra-luxury complications, Ulysse Nardin showcases its diverse approach to traditional watchmaking using an innovative technique. With Watches & Wonders Geneva 2023 being the main stage for exciting new releases, Ulysse Nardin is proud to unveil its most recent creation as an homage to an experimental model first released in 2005. The all-new Freak ONE epitomizes the brand’s commitment to continuing to evolve the Freak Collection with state-of-the-art design and movement technology. A rose gold 5N bezel complements the satin finish of the 44mm black DLC-coated titanium case.
Following the Freak’s standard characteristics of no dial, no hands, and no crown, the Freak ONE uses its flying carousel movement as the focal point of its dial design as it beautifully rotates. The watch is powered by Ulysse Nardin’s in-house UN-240 Manufacture, an automatic movement with a 72-hour power reserve. Its construction features over 229 parts to form one of the most extensive and diverse calibers in the industry. Looking closely at the Freak’s heart, you will notice that the balance wheel, hairspring, and escapement are crafted from hard blue-gray crystalline solid silicon. The watch comes fit with a black rubber ‘ballistic’ textured strap made of 30% recycled rubber from production waste. The all-new Ulysse Nardin Freak ONE is currently available through an authorized dealer with the price upon request.
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