The main things to know about the Freak X are that it is available in several versions (the one seen above is titanium with a black DLC/PVD finish), that it has a conventional crown (unusual among Freaks, which are usually set by turning the bezel), and that it is priced lower in order to make the Freak accessible to a wider range of collectors. The watch you see here starts at $21,000 for the titanium version. There is also a rose gold version ($30,000) and another version in a material UN is calling Carbonium ($24,000), which comes from the aeronautical sector. All versions come in a reduced 43mm case size compared to the 45mm size seen in last year’s Freak Vision.
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