NEW Ulysse Nardin FREAK [X OPS]

It wouldn’t be “Watches & Wonders” without the new Ulysse Nardine Freak watch. In 2023 we have FREAK [X OPS].

This classic has been all about special operations and is said to be covert. This term is generally not associated with this specific make or model.

First, what does the title mean? cheap Ulysse Nardine suggested that [X OPS] stands for “X-Operations.” , creating an outdoor, pseudo-military look. However, Ulysse Nardin’s publicists emphasized that its intentions are sporty and adventurous. Most importantly, this unique splicing of materials gives the watch the appearance of a map outline, all of which Each is different. Another visual similarity is Damascus steel.

At the heart of the X-Ops is the UN-230 automatic movement, which uses technology from the proven UN-118 and the high-tech UN-250 to give the 2018 Freak Vision a unique look. It has a 72-hour power reserve. The watch is water-resistant to 50 meters, but it seems unlikely that you’ll be swimming in it. Still, it would be greatly appreciated if you live in a hotter climate.

Perhaps the most surprising thing is that this watch doesn’t have a dial.
With few exceptions, mechanical watches tend to hide their workings beneath the dial. However, the new 2023 Freak [X OPS] does not have a dial. The movement doubles as a minute hand, while the hour hand is a hand set on a rotating disc beneath the movement, a stroke of design genius as one would expect from a Freak watch.

It’s also worth noting that this best quality replica watches has no hands.
Aggressive Freak [X OPS] has neither big hands nor small hands. Instead, its one-hour orbital rotating tourbillon is the minute hand, and a hand on the rotating disc replaces the hour hand. It’s a challenging design for the brain, but very easy to read.

Special operations cannot be conducted without night vision goggles.
The hour and minute indicators and hour markers are coated with a matching khaki green Super-LumiNova® coating, which glows green in low-light conditions. To be honest, this watch is a million miles away from a traditional military watch, but to be fair, it does exhibit some familiar characteristics.

Brand: Ulysse Nardin
Materials: Khaki green carbon flanks are made of “Magma”, a raw composite material that mixes black carbon fiber and green epoxy resin. Black DLC titanium case and bezel. Black DLC titanium case back with transparent sapphire opening
Movement: UN-230 self-made automatic movement. The motion of a flying carousel rotating around its axis. The balance wheel and escapement are made of silicon. Extra large silicon oscillator. The black movement, hour markers and bridges are coated with khaki green Super-LumiNova, making night time clear and easy to read. It has 206 parts, 21 jewels, and the movement beats at 3 Hz and 21,600 vibrations per hour.
Complications: hours, minutes
When the reviewer wore it in person: This watch is unlikely to be seen in military service or on a hike through the Kalahari Desert, but it certainly has a vibe to it. However, this is a super smart device that is almost like clothing, a watch, and is worn in a smart location in reality.
We first recommended it to a friend: someone who thinks military style is in, but would never wear Luminox or camo.
The best feature of the watch: the case. The exquisite texture of Damascus steel makes each watch unique. It has no dial and hands, which is unique because these key components are composed of movements.