Raymond Weil have recently released two new timepieces in its mechanical Freelancer collection. For him, the Freelancer Pink Gold Date Chronograph (left); and for her, the Freelancer Ladies’ Chronograph (below), which is in fact the first ladies watch in the Freelancer collection.
Raymond Weil watches are renowned for the balance they strike between technique and design, and these latest additions to the Freelancer collection are no different.
An original look is achieved by combining a matt black dial with a case in brushed, polished 18-carat pink gold, that is an impressive 42mm in diameter. As with other watches in this collection, the Pink Gold Freelancer has a mechanical movement with a 46-hour power-reserve. It comes with a dark brown, full-skin alligator strap with saddle-stitching, complete with folding clasp with double push-piece security.
The first ladies watch in the Freelancer collection has all the aesthetic and technical qualities for which the collection is known, but with added feminine tones and refinement.
For example, the circular bezel and the brushed/polished 42mm steel case are both studded with diamonds, 86 or 235 diamonds – depending on the model. And, as with the new male counterpart, this model is finished with a full-skin crocodile strap with saddle-stitching and a folding clasp with double push-piece security.
Raymond Weil watches, from both men and women are available at Jura Watches in London.