I just received these pictures of a Freak X Blue with its carbonium 42 mm case, for the retailer Bucherer. A very cool watch, but I am still disturbed as it is not a Freak, to me, since it has a crown, and I much prefer the manual winding movement of the
I have been looking for something technical, that leans more dressy or casual than sporty. And this brought the Freak and UN to my attention, specifically the Freak Out and Freak X. Has anyone handled both, and considering the vastly different price point
From a different time in UN's history... Would it still be relevant, or desired, in the coming centuries... Stay safe and well, all at WPS. Hope 2021 is a better year for all. Thanks for dropping in. As Astra Per Aspera.
Taken in Italy many years ago: When it was released, in 2006, it was a small revolution. Not because of the metal of the case, of course, as the watch is in white gold, but because of the oval and curved shape of its case and case back, and because of its
After sitting in the safe box for quite a few years, I pulled this one out recently. The case design is a bit dated with the smallish crown perhaps but at 40mm fits me well. The model is the San Marco Gigante reference 279-50 which at the time reflected t
Wish everyone a good day. Could anyone advice me on a matter a friend of mine needs help in. He is a watch blogger on Instagram, who like collecting pulsometers. On the LE UN monopusher, he saw 2 versions - one with the LE number engraved on the back, and
I bought this used UN Executive Dual Time early this year. And 2020 being what it is, the watch started to run erratically. Around this time Covid lockdown hit so instead of sending it into UN, I took it to a local watchmaker whom I've used before on a co
UN Marine Regatta with chámplevé enamel dial. LE of 35. Four hands: hours, minutes, chronograph seconds, and regatta countdown. Team Artemis sailboat from 2016 America’s Cup. Some 560 parts in the movement. Thanks for looking. M4