Aligning with the finest Swiss watchmaking traditions, RAYMOND WEIL is innovating by creating a new movement in collaboration with Sellita.
RAYMOND WEIL introduces a model with a boldly distinctive design, notably featuring an open-worked dial revealing the regulating organ at 6 o’clock. The balance-and-spring assembly, held by a single bridge, reveals a construction echoing that of the most beautiful tourbillon regulators. Its oscillating weight is adorned with a “Côtes de Genève” motif and engraved with the RAYMOND WEIL logo. The movement is built in such a way as to showcase its beautiful mechanism on the dial side. The strategic organs positioned above the mainplate and the symmetry of the bridge accentuates the architectural nature of this elegant and beautifully balanced model. The freelancer “Calibre RW1212” comes in several versions, featuring a 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 balance-and-spring assembly is the focus of attention of this freelancer Calibre RW1212 black steel bracelet watch, framed by a 42.5 mm case. The diamond-polished balance wheel and skeletonized bridges ensure transparent visibility extending to the very heart of the watch. Powered by a mechanical self-winding movement, the freelancer “Calibre RW1212” beats at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and has a 38-hour power reserve.