In 2017, RAYMOND WEIL meticulously developed an exclusive in-house movement produced by the manufacturer Sellita. Paying tribute to the brand’s Swiss origins, RAYMOND WEIL named this movement Calibre RW1212. It is a nod to the postal code of the company’s global headquarters, Grand-Lancy. The movement is a testament to over 40 years of the finest Swiss watch-making traditions and expertise.
It was only fitting that this automatic movement be housed in collection that is forward and unconfined. That is why the freelancer Calibre RW1212 collection allows you to see below the surface, with a view of the balance wheel at 6 o’clock. It is a window into the core traditions that make RAYMOND WEIL tick.
Today, RAYMOND WEIL announces two new additions of the freelancer Calibre RW1212 range. Both models are framed in a 42mm steel case, have two dial hands, and boast the signature RW self-winding mechanical movement. It beats to a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and feature a 38-hour power reserve.
The first model presents a full steel bracelet and case with a deep galvanic blue dial. The piece is marked with a subtle “Clou de Paris” design at the centre. The 5-link bracelet has a polished and satine finish. The secure double push folding clasp is stamped with RW monogram.
The second addition presents a titanium PVD coated case and black rubber strap accented by grey stitching. This model is finished with a sleek anthracite dial and the “Clou de Paris” guilloche. It’s darkened colour scheme and attention to detail gives this timepiece a very sharp look and distinctive attitude.
These new timepieces complete the range of the RW1212 of RAYMOND WEIL and emphasise the freelancer flagship collection as one to meet all styles and being worn for any occasion.
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