Ulysse Nardin is dispatching the Freak X, the most recent understanding of the Freak, quite possibly the most notorious watches made by the brand established in 1846 in Le Locle.
The new model contrasts from all past Freak watches for two primary attributes: it is more modest – the measurement is 43 mm rather than 45 mm – and it includes a conventional crown for time amendment, so breaking one of the unmistakable component of the crown-less Freak Vision or Freak Out models, which right time by the bezel.
The “baguette” development isn’t evolving, however. It is as yet a merry go round, going after itself once consistently to demonstrate the time.
With no real dial and hands, the focal extension goes about as brief hand and one of the wheels demonstrates the hours. Both are treated with Super-LumiNova, much the same as the lists, for ideal perceivability even in with helpless light. With its nickel flyweights and settling miniature edges, the genuine eye-catcher of the troupe is the super-light and extra-wide equilibrium wheel in silicium.
The new UN-230 development is a combination of the production types UN-118 and Freak Vision UN-250. Beating at a recurrence of 3 Hz (21,600 vph), it ensures 72 hours of force hold.
The new Freak X is accessible in titanium (ref. 2303-270/03), dark DLC (ref. 2303-270.1/BLACK), Carbonium (ref. 2303-270/CARB) or rose gold (ref. 2305-270/02).
Addressing the new passage point into the Freak assortment (beforehand beginning at Euro 48,000/US$ 48,000 with the Freak Out), the Ulysse Nardin Freak X has the accompanying costs: Euro 21,000/US$ 21,000 for the Freak X Ti Blue, Euro 21,000/US$ 21,000 for the Freak X Black, Euro 24,000/US$ 24,000 for the Freak X Carbonium and Euro 30,000/US$ 30,000 for the Freak X Rose Gold. ulysse-nardin.com
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