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Raymond Weil reveals crowd-pleasing blue-dialed version of its Freelancer Chronograph

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Raymond Weil has revealed a highly commercial blue-dialed version of its popular Freelancer Chronograph.

Its 42mm steel case has a brushed titanium-colored finish framing a clean and legible satin blue  dial with three pale beige chronograph counters, day and date shown at 3 o’clock and an inner tachymetre scale. Nickel-plated hours and minutes hands are filled with Superluminova.

The watch is powered by an automatic Calibre RW5200 chronograph movement with 48-hour power reserve that is visible through a crystal case back.

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A brown calf leather strap completes the timepiece.

It is available for pre-order now for $2,695.

 

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