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Redesigned to combine sophistication with a powerful look, Raymond Weil’s newest edition of its best-seller, chronograph, embodies the freelancer collection’s free-spirit. Raymond Weil, luxury Swiss watchmaker, unveils its newest edition to the ever-successful freelancer family, with the introduction of its new emblematic chronograph range, expressing the youthful and dynamic spirit that the freelancer range is renowned for.

This freelancer chronograph combines sophistication with a powerful and extremely stylish aesthetic. Its 42.5mm steel case, water resistant to 100 meters, is geared up for intense practices thanks to its robust construction which incorporates years of carefully handed down watchmaking know-how.

Powered by a mechanical self-winding movement providing a 46-hour power reserve, the latest addition to the freelancer collection comes in several styles, featuring a silver-toned or black dial teamed with a steel case and bracelet, or with a leather strap. Its screw-down crown, tachymeter or engine turned bezel options and its chronograph complication ensures that the timepiece is the ideal companion for any activity or occasion.

The watch features a RW5000 chronograph movement that is winding automatic with a 46-hour power reserve. The watch functions include central hours and minutes, small seconds hand at 9 o’clock, date and day windows at 3 o’clock and a chronograph start, stop and restart using push-button at 2 o’clock.

The round 42 mm diameter case is made from polished and satin finished stainless steel with a fluted bezel. A sapphire crystal with dual-sided antiglare treatment covers the watch front. The dial of the watch is silver galvanic encircled by grooves, slate grey counters, small second counter at 9 o’clock surrounded by an applique fixed by a screw and luminescent indexes. The watch is fitted with a brown genuine calf leather strap, RW folding clasp with double push-security system.