Month: March 2012

Raymond Weil Cavaliers Will Dazzle Black Chronograph

Raymond Weil (Raymond Weil) has added a new note to the huacai movement, and its new Liberty Knight will dazzle the black watch with dazzling charm. This new piece is Raymond Weil’s first free rider watch with a PVD coating process. With its modern fashion, you can even foresee the future development of this series of watches. This new watch is exquisite and elegant, exuding a strong urban style, and it is instantly touching.
    The name ‘freelancer’ as the name of the series foreshadows that the Swiss brand is one of the few independent watchmaking companies to bear fruit today. The collection has been advancing with the times for many years and is constantly innovating. The Liberty Rider watch is very charming and shows its extraordinary style: its appearance is noble and elegant, but also has a casual and charming posture-the angled lugs are very characteristic, and the screws used are quite original. As the masterpiece of this series, Liberty Knight’s chronograph works always follow the concept of intensive innovation and avant-garde fashion. Over the years, through the continuous change of dials, hands and bracelets, they have successfully interpreted themselves as a classic across the world.
    In 2012, this series of new chronographs used black PVD coating for the first time on a 42 mm case. Its black opal dial is extremely dazzling, with 8 fluorescent Arabic numerals engraved on it and silver-plated edges. The style of this watch is very eye-catching, just like the garnet red light emitted by the hour markers and hands on the dial. The screw is the logo of the Freedom Rider series and has been repeatedly applied in the design to fix the three-dimensional time scale around the calendar window. The two auxiliary dials show the layout of the entire dial through fine-tuning of the details-a 30-minute counter at 12 o’clock, a 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock, and a second dial at 9 o’clock The size is reduced accordingly. In sharp contrast to the modern dial with rich display, the transparent back of the new chronograph clearly brings the dynamic beauty of the built-in automatic movement to our eyes. The entire movement is equipped with 25 ruby ​​bearings, with a power reserve of 46 hours. The automatic rotor of the movement is also decorated in black. In addition, the watch’s folding buckle is also treated with PVD coating, masculine and tough, and forms a strong contrast with the softness and warmth of the matte black leather strap.
    Liberty Knight’s Dazzling Black Watch is a bold and novel design that will surely become the most exciting note in Raymond Weil’s 2012 Huacai movement.