One of the pioneers of the Haute Horlogerie movement, Ulysse Nardin has managed to carve out a niche for itself with timepieces that capture the imagination. Since the launch of the Ulysse Nardin “Freak,” which was unveiled in 2001, with a unique tourbillon named the “flying carousel,” the company has seen its timepieces without any dial or hands becoming path breakers. The “Freak” lineup has since then become synonymous with innovation and the company refreshed it earlier this year with the “Freak Vision” and followed it up with the “Freak Vision Coral Bay.”
Now, Ulysse Nardin has announced the “Freak Out Full Black” timepiece and it arrives along with the “Freak Out Black Gold” the “Freak Out Of The Blue” and the “Freak Out Blue Gold”. Each has silicium components that helps keep the weight of the timepieces low and is one of the main features that the lineup has retained from the original Ulysse Nardin “Freak.”
The four models are crafted from titanium and each feature a power reserve of seven days. The timepieces in the lineup can be wound with the aid of the case back bezel on its rear which is positioned on ball bearings. The case and the bezel of the timepieces have also been redesigned while the straps are created from sailcloth.
For details, visit: https://www.ulysse-nardin.com/collection/freak
Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the timepieces in the “Freak Out” lineup.
Founder: Louise Blouin