In about a week, the legendary Swiss watchmaker will present its new, Swiss made fake Ulysse Nardin Freak Diavolo limited edition watch.
As a result, there is no crown that sometimes may become a source of exquisite irritation because of its constant desire to bite into the back of your hand.
What is new here is the design of the movement. Now, the hand-wound job makes even greater use of silicium (aka silicon, the material, which is commonly used in semiconductor industry for making microchips).
Lightweight, non-magnetic and robust, the material is used for the hairspring, as well as for the most components of its non-lubricated escapement making the watch even more accurate.
If you spent some time under the rock or in Guantanamo, I must explain that the front bezel is for setting the time and it rotates both clock- and counterclockwise, and the other, on the back side of the Ulysse Nardin Freak copy watch, is for winding-up the movement.
Its gorgeous (and somewhat imperial) case is made of 18-carat white gold and is not particularly large measuring only 44.50 mm in diameter.
There is still no info regarding the timepiece’s price, but, trust me, it’s going to reach the skies.
As usual with the Freak family, you either like it so much you ready to kill for it, or hate it so much you want to kill the guy who designed it. Well, I guess that I belong to the first party.
In fact, the Swiss made fake Ulysse Nardin watchmaker claims that the watch is as accurate “as a mechanical chronometer”.