Raymond Weil Freelancer and Tango Watch Review

 

Raymond Weil has launched the Simply Class watch, a "relaxed and elegant" new addition to its Freelancer collection.
The Raymond Weil Freelancer Simply Class has a black dial with red chronograph hands and tachometer numbers. Its 42 mm case is made from polished and satin finished steel, and it has a sapphire crystal with dual-sided antiglare treatment.
A 30 minutes counter is placed at 12 o'clock, a 12 hours counter is at 6 o'clock, and a small seconds counter is at 9 o'clock, surrounded by silver appliqué and fixed by a screw. Date and 3-day windows are positioned at 3 o'clock, and indexes are capped with luminescent material for improved visibility.
The watch comes with a black calfskin leather strap, and it is water resistant to 100 metres.
Raymond Weil has also added a new two-tone timepiece to its Tango collection.
The Tango Two-Tone Rose has a 39 mm case that combines rose gold with steel. It has a white dial, embellished with 'star' decor in the central zone and surrounded by black Roman numerals. It has a sapphire crystal with dual-sided antiglare treatment, and steel type hands enhanced with luminescent material.
The watch is powered by quartz movement and has a rectangular date window at 3 o'clock. It is water resistant to 100 metres, and is available for both men and women.
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