From 177 €/month
Ulysse Nardin Diver Chronometer 44 1183-170-3/92
RAYMOND WEIL is pleased to unveil a new model, the freelancer 7741, a tri-compax chronograph brimming with elegance.
The 43.5mm stainless steel case encompasses a combination of brushed and polished surfaces, imbuing the watch with a sumptuous appearance. Both the hands and indexes are lined with luminescent treatment, aiding readability in restricted light. The bezel features a scratch-resistant ceramic inlay, marked with a tachymeter scale, contributing to the refined and luxurious feel.
At the heart of the new freelancer Chronograph 7741 sits the new Calibre RW5030. Visible through the exhibition case back, this automatic movement has a power reserve of 56 hours. Offered in different dial variants, the model is available with a 5-rows bracelet or a color-coordinated strap.
Launched in 2007, the freelancer collection was created in honor of the free-spirited man who wishes to remain in control of his own destiny, and features an eclectic mix of urbane mechanical watches. The freelancer mixes classic and modest to create a harmonious and unique design. Constantly reinterpreting itself and free from all constraints, the freelancer conserves those elements which constitute its strengths.
Your order can be cancelled or exchanged within 14 days from its delivery date.
from the date of receipt of your order. Only watches that have not been worn, in perfect condition and in their original packaging can be returned or exchanged.
Only people residing in Germany and who are 18 years old minimum and 65 years old maximum, are eligible for a 0% loan application. In the case of a purchase with direct payment, anyone anywhere can freely buy on our website.
All our watches come with their original case and certificate as well as the brand’s international warranty.
These are the payment methods that we accept :
- 0% loan request for watches up to € 35’000,-
- Bank transfer
- Credit card
No, it is not considered a debt for our financial partner.
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