Ulysse Nardin first unveiled the Freak in 2001, a watch that both showcased an unconventional, repurposing the gear train as the hour and minute hands, and was also among the first to make use of silicon in its escapement. The concept was further refined in 2013, adding more silicon parts to the escapement, including the hairspring, and removing the anchoring pin within the center of the crystal, creating a free-floating hand structure. This year, Ulysse Nardin adds a rich navy color scheme to the mix, creating the Blue Cruiser.
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