Raymond Weil reveals evolution of core collection


Raymond Weil has implemented a modern twist to its freelancer for 2019, releasing two new 42mm models.

The new pieces feature a half-moon opening date window which the brand describes as the centrepiece of the new design.


Both variations feature Raymond Weil’s mechanical self-winding RW4250 movement and have a small second hand at 6 o’clock along with a crown which displays the signature RW Monogram.

The watches come with a 38 hours power-reserve and are water resistant to 10 ATM.

Available in either polished stainless steel with a blue dial and silver indexes or two-tone with a black dial and yellow gold coloured indexes and hands with luminescent white Super-Luminova, the new timepieces complete the range of the freelancer flagship collection.

Raymond Weil confirmed the black dial with yellow gold would retail for £1,695 ($2,131) with the blue dial model going for £100 ($127) cheaper.

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