Raymond Weil Freelancer RW1212 Black Skeleton Watch
Framed by a 42mm steel case, the Raymond Weil Freelancer RW1212 Black Skeleton watch is a 2-pointer model equipped with an in-house self-winding mechanical movement that beats at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and features a 38-hour power reserve.
RAYMOND WEIL confirms its ambition for innovation with the dial that is fully opened, offers a look at the balance wheel at 6 o’clock and exposes the beauty of manufacturing, and highlights the richness of the expertise of watchmakers. The black rubber band offers modernity and urban style to this exclusive timepiece. The new stylish Skeleton Calibre RW1212 is proof of the ever-evolving performance of these in-house movements.
Launched in 2007, the freelancer collection was created in honor of the free-spirited man who wants to hold his own destiny, and includes an eclectic mix of urbane mechanical watches.
Calibre RW1212 is a tribute to the present and a symbol of the future. The name is taken from the figures of Raymond Weil’s address in Switzerland: 1212, which stands for the suburb of Grand-Lancy in Geneva. It symbolizes the road they have taken so far and the free-spirited approach they take when making watches. It is their first movement, born out of the collaboration with the Swiss watch manufacturer Sellita.