Swiss independent brand Raymond Weil, owned by the Bernheim family, surprises with a new quartet of diver’s watches. Part of the Freelancer collection, the novelties come in 42.5mm stainless steel and two-tone cases which are water-resistant to 300 meters or 1000 ft and distinguished by the Genevan brand’s signature elegance style.
The markers and hands on the gradient dials, available in black and blue, are coated with Superluminova to ensure perfect readability under water and in low-light environments. The same applies to the marker at 12 o’clock on the unidirectional diver’s bezel. Its ceramic inlay matches the color of the dial. A charming detail is the date indication at six o’clock which has the shape of a drop and a specially designed font.
Equipped with a screwed-down case-back, the rear of the watch is engraved with a water landscape. Beneath it ticks the self-winding caliber RW4200, which is based on Sellita SW200.
To celebrate the launch of this new model, Raymond Weil teamed up with Titouan Galea, three-time Wingfoil World Champion.
Pricing for the Freelancer Diver Collection starts at $2,325.
To learn more, visit Raymond Weil, here.