Watchmaker Raymond Weil has revealed latest addition to its freelancer collection, which it says is a ‘fusion of sporty, contemporary styling and technical performance’.
The freelancer 7740-SC3-65521 was designed to pay homage to the family firm’s independence and the ‘visionary spirit’ of its founder, it said.
The automatic movement on the piece powers the chronograph allowing the precise measurement of intervals of time. The steel case features a blue hard coated PVD tachymeter bezel housing a silver dial dotted with blue counters and a date window between 4 and 5 o’clock. The watch is mounted on a perforated calfskin leather strap.
Two alternate versions of the freelancer 7740-SC3-65521 have also been revealed, one with a black dial and yellow hands, the other with a silver dial and red hands matching the stitching on the strap.
Raymond Weil said the timepiece is designed for ‘the active man’.