Raymond Weil Freelancer

by · June 1, 2014

This Raymond Weil Freelancer watch will definitely catch your attention with its beautiful sleek and smooth design. It has a chronograph function that offers a beautiful masculine and very rugged look but overall the watch can be a classy choice for those who want to accessorize themselves easily. It has a very interesting look to it, the leather strap and the colors that have been used make it a perfect choice for a man who usually dresses elegantly and if you offer it as a gift, it can be a great choice for any age, be it a person who recently graduated college or a man who is over 50. This aspect will also make it a timeless watch so the person could wear it their entire life without the watch looking too old.

Raymond Weil 7730-ST20041 Men's Freelancer

The simple approach in design make the Raymond Weil brand a very good go to brand when you want something that is not incredibly expensive but looks like it has a high price tag. Although it has a lot of tradition in watchmaking the watches created by Raymond Weil don’t come attached to prices like $50, 000 dollars, so that makes them affordable for any man who wants to look good. Usually, if you can afford to pay thousands of dollars for a suit, you will surely find the Raymond Weil watches pretty affordable but with that high end feel to them.

The watch has mechanical movement with 46 hour power reserve and day and date windows that are located at 3 o’clock. An ideal model for a man who wants to really improve his style the watch comes with stainless steel material and a 42mm diameter. It also has water resistance to 100 meters and a sapphire crystal with antiglare treatment so that you can tell time in any light condition. The dial is black with beautiful elegant indexes a day and date window and on the crown you will notice the subtle RW logo.

Don’t miss out on a Raymond Weil watch especially if it has the elements you want from a watch. They are very dependable and very durable watches that you can wear all the time.

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