The new Ulysse Nardin Freak Vision takes a bold step away from conventional watch design and strays into fittingly freakish territory…


The piece, unveiled earlier this year, forgoes a traditional face and hands, and instead uses the movement as the minute hand.

What makes the overall design special is the super-lightweight silicium balance wheel with nickel mass elements and stabilizing micro-blades, contained within a super-thin case design, thanks to a box-domed crystal.


It’s exciting to see Ulysse Nardin continuing to explore new innovations in timekeeping. In 2001, the brand’s first Freak timepiece introduced silicium to watch making.

This piece pushes the technology further by welding it another with solid nickel elements, to create an astonishingly light balance wheel. This is another industry first.

The Freak Vision can be yours for an equally impressive price tag of approximately S$132,265 (around USD$ 100,575).

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