With the introduction of the new open-worked model, Raymond Weil unveils a new addition to the ever successful maestro collection. The mechanical maneuvers of the self-winding caliber are revealed through a wide aperture on the dial offering a perfect view of the Swiss Made movement sealed between two sapphire crystals. The Raymond Weil maestro skeleton steers clear of the surplus whilst retaining the essentials of time.
The maestro skeleton features a 39.5mm diameter stainless steel case revealing a perfect view of the automatic self-winding Swiss-Made movement through the wide aperture on the dial. The balance wheel and open-worked spring barrel can be viewed via the front of the watch while additional details are visible via the sapphire case back including the decorated rotor and some of the 27 jewels within the mechanism.
The movement is sealed between two sapphire crystal glasses. The dial display includes blued steel hours, minutes and central sweep seconds hands floating above a sea of mechanical parts in motion.
The maestro skeleton has a 38-hour power reserve and is water resistant up to 50 meters. This masterpiece is completed with either a stainless steel bracelet or genuine leather strap, both featuring a double-push security clasp.
Raymond Weil plays to its strengths, delivering a virtuoso performance with the introduction of the maestro skeleton, a true representation of the luxury Swiss watchmaker’s horological know-how that has been handed-down from generation to generation. Raymond Weil is the name of a Swiss watchmaking Maison and that of a family which has for almost half a century been embedding its values at the very heart of its watches.
Belonging to the privileged circle of independent family businesses, Raymond Weil creates elegant, refined watches for women and men. Founded in 1976, it is now headed by Elie Bernheim, grandson of the founder who gave his name to the company. Across three generations, the Geneva-based firm has been developing and establishing its status as a leading light in the Swiss watch industry.
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Building on more than 40 years of experience, the Swiss watchmaking Maison brings to the forefront the watchmaking skills and expertise acquired in Switzerland over the centuries. Precision, quality, reliability, nobility and high-tech materials are the demanding standards of a philosophy that earns the much-coveted ‘Swiss made’ label.