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RAYMOND WEIL Freelancer Piper

RAYMOND WEIL’s Freelancer Piper is in tribute to its founder’s passion for aviation. The watch company made the watch with aviation manufacturer Piper Aircraft Inc. to present its first pilot watch.

The watch is made of titanium and stainless steel and features a mechanical self-winding chronograph movement with date and GMT functions. The altitude indicator inspires the small seconds sub-dial at 9 o’clock and the openwork black leather strap completes the aviator look of the timepiece. The watch comes in a special box and includes a model of a RAYMOND WEIL Piper aircraft.

About Raymond Weil

It all started in 1976, in the middle of a watch industry crisis, when Mr. Raymond Weil decided to found his own company and turn his vision of what Swiss watchmaking should be into actual timepieces that would bring a new dimension to the industry. Mr Weil’s creations were immediately praised by watch enthusiasts – amateurs and connoisseurs alike. Once strongly settled in Switzerland, and carried along by both his enthusiasm and his experience, the founder of RAYMOND WEIL explored Europe and the whole world to gradually put together an international network. RAYMOND WEIL is now a famous brand and one of the flagships of the Swiss watchmaking industry. Discover more about Raymond Weil here.

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