— The latest offering from Swiss UK replica watchmaker Raymond Weil is a freelancer timepiece with a contemporary look.
The flagship freelancer collection, launched by the third generation now at the helm of the family business, evokes the independence and visionary spirit of the Company’s founder. Blending polished steel, slate grey dial and orange detailing, the new freelancer has retained a distinctive personality and a style all of its own.
Featuring a mechanical movement with automatic winding and a 46-hour power reserve, this 42mm steel freelancer is distinguished by its classic and urban elegance. The date window has been redesigned to make it easier to read, as has the graduation of the tachometer scale on the inner bezel. The chronograph’s orange hands sit in sharp contrast with the slate grey galvanic sun-brushed dial and black leather strap. The applique is secured by a signature screw, highlighting the small seconds counter at 9 o’clock. Its screw-down case back and crown guarantee that the timepiece is water-resistant to 100 metres.
The freelancer collection is the brainchild of Elie Bernheim, Raymond Weil’s grandson and current company CEO, and was introduced when he joined the family business in 2006. Created in honour of free spirits and individuals wanting to remain masters of their own destiny, it has continued to evolve while retaining the features that make it so special. Free from all constraints, with an elegant yet casual look, bevelled horns and emblematic screws, this best-selling collection has emerged as a Raymond Weil must-have.