The eye-catching style of the Freelook Unisex Elysee Chrono Stainless Steel Watch is achieved through the polished silver tones and matching silver dial. The brilliant shine of the silver-tone stainless steel case and bezel are matched in the polished stainless steel bracelet. The link-style bracelet fastens securely by a deployment clasp with push-button release. The silver dial features a silver-tone Arabic numeral at 12 o'clock, silver-tone square hour indices, and black minute indices. Three chronograph subdials are set in the center of the dial and are accented with black Arabic numerals and indices. All hour, minute, second, and subdial hands are an eye-catching silver tone. A white date window is conveniently displayed at the four o'clock position. This timepiece features reliable Japanese quartz movement, and a durable mineral crystal protects the analog dial. This watch is water resistant to a depth of 165 feet (50 meters).
In 1999 when French designers started the brand Freelook in Paris, their goal was to fill the void between luxury and fashion watches. The watches were sold at Galleries La Fayette (“The” department store in Paris). Influenced by the Paris runways and its fashionable environment, Freelook quickly became a favorite of many magazine editors and was and still is sported by celebrities and featured in several magazine editorials monthly. In 2003 Freelook was launched internationally at the Basel watch fair (the largest and most prestigious watch fair in the world) and was awarded the “prix d’excellence” by the AJA. In 2004 the company launched stateside selling to high-end retailers such as Fred Segal in Los Angeles, Henri Bendel in New York City and Jennifer Miller in the Hamptons.