Raymond Weil Raymond Weil - Freelancer Automatic - 42.5mm - Green Dial

# 515-83 Sale

Raymond Weil Raymond Weil - Freelancer Automatic - 42.5mm - Green Dial

# 515-83 Sale

Aligning with the finest Swiss watchmaking traditions, RAYMOND WEIL is innovating by creating a new movement in collaboration with Sellita.

RAYMOND WEIL introduces a model with a boldly distinctive design, notably featuring an open-worked dial revealing the regulating organ at 6 o’clock. The balance-and-spring assembly, held by a single bridge, reveals a construction echoing that of the most beautiful tourbillon regulators. Its oscillating weight is adorned with a “Côtes de Genève” motif and engraved with the RAYMOND WEIL logo. The movement is built in such a way as to showcase its beautiful mechanism on the dial side. The strategic organs positioned above the mainplate and the symmetry of the bridge accentuates the architectural nature of this elegant and beautifully balanced model. The freelancer “Calibre RW1212” comes in several versions, featuring a silver-toned or blue dial teamed with a steel case and bracelet, or with a leather strap, as well as in two-tone variations featuring matching bracelets or leather straps. The freelancer “Calibre RW1212” is a two-hand model providing an understated display of the hours and minutes.

$1,495
USD
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Product Details

Name Raymond Weil - Freelancer Automatic - 42.5mm - Green Dial
Stock Number 515-83
Style Number 2780-ST-52001
Type Watch

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Raymond Weil

RAYMOND WEIL has always strived to achieve watchmaking excellence and use its know-how and expertise to meet the prerequisites of the much sought-after Swiss made label. While this knowledge and the passion have been handed down from generation to generation within the family, so has the love of music! Music has always been an essential part of RAYMOND WEIL’s DNA. With over 35 years of involvement in the music industry across all genres, the Swiss watchmaker composes its timepieces the way musicians compose their chef d’oeuvres.