Watchmaker Raymond Weil continues to build on the success of the Freelancer model with its latest entry to the line-up, the green model of the Freelancer Calibre RW1212. The first thing to notice on both new models is the green dial theme takes prominence. This new timepiece completes the freelancer Calibre RW1212 range for the timepiece brand.
This latest addition to the freelancer collection features a 42mm stainless steel dial framed by a green satin chapter ring with silver indices, Clous de Paris in the centre and a seconds train on the outside. The green freelancer is complimented by matching deep green strap and completed with a Raymond Weil’s stainless steel folding clasp with double push-security system.
Taking centre stage of this timepiece is the visible balance wheel located above the 6 o’clock position; an open aperture design to highlight Raymond Weil’s bespoke mechanical movement with automatic winding. This delicate aperture gives a fascinating view into RW1212 Calibre movement engineering, revealing the oscillating balance wheel, the pulsating hairspring and the vibrating pallet lever. The sight will be sure to keep capturing the attention no matter how old the watch gets.
The freelancer “Calibre RW1212” comes in several versions, featuring a blue, silver-toned or black 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.
The Calibre RW1212 stainless steel strap is priced RRP £1,895 whilst the green material strap model is RRP £1,795.