Luxury Swiss watchmaker Raymond Weil has introduced two new watches inspired by the tuneful sounds of blues music as two new additions to the emblematic maestro collection. The watches are a tribute to the brand’s source of creativity: music. The maestro Blues are inspired by the bewitching sounds of the “blues” and equipped with a mechanical automatic winding movement housed in a 40mm-diameter case, these timepieces feature a captivating dark blue dial, endowed with a delicate wave-like decoration.
The refined contemporary hands offer an elegant match for the dial’s white Roman numerals. The maestro Blues with the rose gold PVD plated case features a date aperture at 3 o’clock, while the stainless steel version is equipped with an aperture at noon, subtly revealing the heart of the watch. Both of these versions marry perfectly with the blue genuine leather strap punctuated with white stitching. The independent Swiss watch Brand, Raymond Weil has, once again, played to its strengths, delivering a virtuoso performance deserving a standing ovation, the maestro Blues.
The watch movement is a mechanical self-winding movement with visible balance wheel – RW4200 which has a 38-hour power reserve and its functions include hours, minutes and seconds. The watch dial is a galvanic dark blue endowed with a wave-like motif, visible balance wheel large opening at 12 o’clock and index white Roman numerals hour markers. The watch features a genuine blue alligator-style calf leather strap with sewn in white stitching, RW folding clasp with double push-security system. The watch is water resistant to 50 meters.
The second watch in the collection, the Maestro 2237-PC5-00508 features a mechanical self-winding movement – RW4200 with a 38-hour power reserve with hours, minutes and seconds functions and a date window at 3 o’clock. The watch case is round with a rose gold PVD plated steel and the watch is covered with crystal sapphire and the case back too is snapped with crystal sapphire.