Raymond Weil Launches New Liberty Knight Watch

[Special Report from Watch House Basel] On April 25, 2013, the annual watch industry event Basel International Watch Fair kicked off. The watch house team went to Switzerland. In front of you, we will bring the exhibition report in the first time, and send the new watch pictures of major brands as soon as possible. Here is the new Liberty Knight watch from Raymond Weil.

   The name ‘Freelancer’ is reminiscent of Raymond Weil, one of the very few independent watchmakers today, as well as the brand’s well-known watch series-a series that continues to break through itself, without any restraint, while retaining itself Proud design details: beveled lugs, screw decoration on the dial and calendar window showing three days.

 This series of Raymond Weil’s new free knight Sim ply
The Class watch has injected a new soul into its best-selling chronograph work. The dark black dial with garnet red chronograph hands and speedometer shows the cool and chic extraordinary style. In addition, this watch comes with a black ride
The stitched leather strap is stitched, and the case is polished and matte through different sanding methods to present a contrasting visual effect and extraordinary touch. The stainless steel minute and hour hands are coated with a fluorescent material, making them clear at night
see. The polished stainless steel ring is beautifully embedded on the seconds dial at 9 o’clock and is fixed with a screw, adding the perfect finishing touch to this watch, which is extremely simple and elegant.

Summary: In fact, as a brand of Raymond Weil, this time in Basel is a breakthrough in itself, both in terms of design and front-end technology are refreshing. This watch is considered to be quite sporty, with practical features and a durable look, I believe it will become a hot style in the future.

The pictures and information collected by the reporting team in front of the Watch House will be uploaded to the special topics in Basel, so stay tuned.

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