It has been a long time we didn't see this watch, unveiled in 2014, much wiser than the former ones, the El Toro, and even before the Perpetual GMT. Cleaner case and dial, less original hands. But always the same friendly movement which allows you to set
I am curious to know ( and I think I am not alone ) how many of us own a Freak. Whatever is the version, that doesn't matter. So, how many, which version, what metal... I will start with mine: First generation, 42 mm white gold case, bought in March 2006.
... brightly shining through my rented house's window every evening. Upon returning home, I retrieved my Planetarium from the bank. More than a year had passed since I had worn it. Thanks to Ludwig Oechslin's genius, resetting it to the actual constellati
12 years that this watch is born. A true novelty at that time, since it had a new case, a new dial and its own movement ( Cal 160 ) which was only used for that watch! Freak apart, the first in house movement. So, an horological interest, and a mad creati
Credit picture: Antiquorum. 63, 5 mm case. From 1930. I would imagine a wrist watch based on that watch. Chronometer and Split Seconds, onion crown, human size, manual winding movement... Hmmm, THAT would be something I would dream of! Best, Nicolas