Celebrate the art of chronographs and win yourself a Raymond Weil Freelancer 7730. Centered on freedom of artistic interpretation, elegance and an urban personality, the Freelancer collection is made for those with a “free spirit.” The Freelancer clearly displays a Valjoux 7750 movement – a popular and reliable movement used in majority of mechanical chronograph watches in the market. The movement in this automatic-chronograph is easily distinguishable by the alignment of the respective interfaces such as, the day and date windows are situated at 3 o’clock, small seconds at 9 o’clock, minute counter at 12 o’clock, and hour counter at 6 o’clock under an anti-glare sapphire crystal, also implemented on the stainless steel case back. The yellow accents on the 42-mm black dial gives the overall look a refreshing pop and complements the brown leather strap that ends off with a stainless steel clasp.
A parallel reference in line with the name of the collection, Raymond Weil is one of the last independent watchmakers. Besides the art of preserving the craft of watchmaking that has been passed down through generations, the family also has a big love for music. The Swiss watchmaker has had 35 years of experience of composing music across all genres, and like an empty music score waiting to be dressed, Weil does the same with his timepieces in the same artisanal fashion with a touch of inspiration.
So how free-spirited are you? Get those creative juices to work and show us a chef-d’oeuvre of your own. Snap a shot with Revolution Australia’s second issue and you may just win yourself a (free)lancer watch.
How To Win:
1. Get creative with our magazine. With Revolution Australia’s second issue in hand, snap a high resolution picture against an interesting background in a creative way.
2. Send in your entry via e-mail to the Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “RW Freelancer Competition”
3. Deadline: 31st March 2015
(Note: This competition is only open to residents of Australia.)