Raymond Weil has released a new addition to their skeleton watch line. The Skeleton Freelancer was their very first official skeleton watch. The brand’s innovative approach to a classic design has resulted in a sleek, modern and incredibly stylish timepiece. The brand’s Freelancer collection was first introduced in 2007. It aimed to create timepieces with a unique sporty yet modest look. Perfect for the man who takes full control of his life, the watches from the Freelance collection have a distinct free-spirited tone. Whether you’re always chasing the next big success or the next big thrill, the models from the Freelancer Skeleton collection will have a lot to offer you. Raymond Weil’s new Skeleton Freelancer definitely fits into the brand’s vision for the collection. Sporty, versatile and eye-catching, this watch is the perfect addition to the line. The new model is available in a sleek all-black version.
Movement, Features and Design
The watch has an automatic movement with an RW1212 calibre. Its power reserve lasts up to 38 hours. Its movement and power reserve makes it perfect for a wearer with an active busy lifestyle. Simple and not overly complicated the watch’s functions include hours and minutes, allowing you to truly live in the moment and not worry about the little stuff. Resistant to water up to 100 meters, or 10 bars, this timepiece can adapt to your lifestyle with ease and is ready to conquer any everyday challenge.
Its case is 42 mm in diameter and is made of black PVD coated stainless steel. Thought the watch has retained the silhouette of the Freelancer skeleton lines, its overall design is distinctly more dynamic. The design is minimalist yet intricate due to the wide aperture of the skeleton dial. The rest of the dial is made of black galvanic steel. The silver baton hands are luminescent. Due to their subtly, the focus remains on the open dial. Gold elements in the decorated movement and the visible jewels add to the watch’s overall appeal. A simple minute scale with white markings is featured.
The watch has a sapphire crystal, increasing its durability. A transparent case back almost allows you to see through to the dial, adding an intricate layer to the model. The black rubber strap on the watch is made of rubber. The stitching and perforation elevate the design. The strap secures with a Raymond Weil folding clasp with a double push-security system.
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