Raymond Weil Watch - FREELANCER Calibre RW1212 Skeleton Automatic Silver & Rose-Tone PVD
Framed by a 42mm steel case, the movement’s assembly and open-worked details are key to the final horological aesthetic of this timepiece. The distinctive characteristic remains the 6 o’clock front dial positioning of its visible balance wheel. The dial, however, has been opened, exposing the manufacturing beauty and highlighting the richness of watchmaking expertise, whilst infusing it with its distinctive free-spirited attitude.
The new stylish skeleton Calibre RW1212 is proof of the ever-evolving achievements to these in-house movements. While working on the initial design of the Calibre RW1212, the R&D team at RAYMOND WEIL redesigned and pared down all the elements closely relating to the exquisite mechanism so as to endow this exclusive in-house movement with even more depth and character. The mechanical self-winding Calibre RW1212 beats at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and has a 38-hour power reserve. Its RAYMOND WEIL engraved oscillating weight has been skeletonized to increase the transparency of the timepiece.
Launched in 2007, the freelancer collection was created in honor of the free-spirited man who wishes to remain in control of his own destiny, and features an eclectic mix of urbane mechanical watches.This freelancer mixes classic and modern to create a harmonious and unique design. Constantly reinterpreting itself and free from all constraints, the freelancer conserves those elements which constitute its strengths
Mechanical with automatic winding, with visible balance wheel, Sellita CO SW255
Movement caliber height
Stainless steel with rose gold PVD coating
Screwed-down, with sapphire crystal
100 m, 330 ft, 10 atm
Sapphire with antiglare treatment on both sides
Black, with indexes and large opening on the skeleton movement
Screwed-down, with RW logo
Brown Genuine calf leather
Stainless steel folding clasp with double push-security system