Ulysse Nardin Freak Diavolo Only WatchUlysse Nardin, the Swiss Watch Manufacture presents the Freak Diavolo Only Watch, a progression of the groundbreaking 2001 Freak. Named after its devilish exterior, with its horns and black cloak-like backdrop, the Freak Diavolo Only Watch is the cleverest of timepiece creations.
The Freak Diavolo Only Watch is equipped with twelve Arabic numerals. The specific curiosity getter using the show is recognised getting a tourbillon mechanism, featured at 8 o’clock. It incorporates a patented hairspring, designed of silicum. The identical materials is employed within production using the great majority using the escapement. The Freak Diavolo’s frequency of 4 Hz (28’800 A/h) in association with its 8 mg*cm2 inertia balance wheel make this instrument exceptional, as no other tourbillon is regulated by such a powerful oscillator and benefits from such a long power reserve (more than eight days). The style is shipped in the 44.5mm stainless metal case. It attributes an engraving on its part as well as a plate with an Only Watch inscription at 6 o’clock.
Ulysse Nardin Freak Diavolo Rolf 75 WatchRolf Schnyder, the owner and president of Ulysse Nardin, turned 75 this year, and to commemorate his many achievements, he decided to introduce a new limited edition Freak Diavolo. Ulysse Nardin Freak Diavolo Rolf 75 features highly technological advancements, and is made from high-quality materials.
It is a fitting commemorative piece because when it was first launched in 2001 ‘the Freak’ shook up the watchmaking industry with its carrousel tourbillion without crown, hands, or dial and with a novel silicium escapement which required no lubrication. Not to mention that it was the first silicum escapement wheel in watchmaking — and silicum was more or less unheard of in watchmaking at the time.