Friday, May 16, 2014

The New Freelancer Chronograph from Raymond Weil

This just in from Raymond Weil -
Courtesy of Raymond Weil

A real success since its launch, the freelancer collection boldly explores design and metals. A subtle reminder of the spirit of independence at the origin of RAYMOND WEIL’s creation, freelancer displays open lines with a sleek geometry. Titanium, skilfully blending character and refinement, provides a daring alternative in this collection.

With its finely honed horns and straight lines, the new freelancer chronograph offers a real concentration of design and performance. Projecting pushers and polished screw heads are some of the details making this watch a totally technical machine.

The new freelancer chronograph shows a metallic face, punctuated with shades of grey; this mezzo piano of power and elegance beats to the rhythm of a mechanical automatic winding movement, equipped with the chronograph function. Orange-coloured notes, making a forceful impression, highlight the chronograph hand in the centre, as well as those of the hour and minute counters.
The slate-grey dial of the titanium freelancer offers the day date window at 3 o’clock, and a circular tachymeter scale. The ensemble is housed in an imposing, round, 45mm-diametre titanium case, fitted with a screw-down, transparent back, providing risk-free immersion to 10 ATM

A brown, calfskin strap with a folding titanium clasp including a double pusher safety system complete this flawless piece. 

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