Freak X 43mm

Freak X

26'100 CHF
Recommended price in CHF (8.1% VAT included)

The Freak is the first watch ever created where the movement rotates to tell the time. No dial, no hands, movement is king. The Freak X Ti Black stands out for its versatility and daily use qualities. Its 43mm titanium with black PVD finish case makes it light and durable, while its sapphire crystal case back showcases the in-house UN-230, self-winding movement. At the heart of the watch is the unique oscillator with a large diameter, which powers the flying carrousel rotating around its own axis, a signature of the Freak concept. Boasting either an alligator or openwork veal leather strap with red “point de bride” stitches, the Freak X Ti Black is a perfect blend of elegance, functionality and versatility. Experience the joy of daily luxury with the Freak X Ti Black.

Strap variations

The conquest of the unknown requires a fearless mind.

Freak X 43mm

Freak X

26'100 CHF

Caliber UN-230 Manufacture movement

Classic or unconventional, simple or complex, for men or women, this collection of calibers is one of the most extensive and diverse in the industry. It is based on a culture of innovation, independence and quality that has made Ulysse Nardin one of the most advanced brands in creative watchmaking.
Number of parts 206
Power reserve (H) 72
Functions Hours, minutes. Flying carrousel movement rotating around its own axis. Balance wheel, escapement wheel, balance spring & anchor in silicium. Oversized Oscillator.
Frequency (Hz) 3
Frequency (vph) 21'600
Escapement Silicium

Technical specifications


Caliber UN-230 Manufacture movement
Case Titanium
Glass Sapphire
Mechanism Self winding
Dimensions Diameter 43mm
Strap Leather


The case of each Ulysse Nardin timepiece is individually numbered on the side.


Freak X has no dial and no hands - the central bridge acts as a minute hand and one of the wheels indicates the hours.


Freak X is presented on an alligator leather strap with a titanium and DLC folding buckle.

"The Freak X displays the time via a rotating movement- a central bridge acts as a minute hand; a wheel indicates the hours – but corrections in this latest iteration are made through a newly-installed crown."

Richard Brown, Luxury London


Since the early 2000’s, Silicon has become the most promising material in watchmaking. An affiliate of Ulysse Nardin and Mimotec, Sigatec specialises in silicium micro-mechanical components and creates custom-made pieces with micron-level precision.
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