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A Taste of Elegance from Raymond Weil

A Taste of Elegance from Raymond Weil

The pre-Baselworld declarations are going full speed ahead this season and we are getting early tops at a few new contributions that will be made accessible in 2013. Raymond Weil is among those brands who are offering a top at their upcoming watches and despite the fact that they are over the typical value point for Worn and Wound they by the by got our attention, including two that are accessible right now.

The contributions fall into their Maestro line which will in general be of a more exquisite style. For Raymond Weil the Maestro assortment, which appeared in 2010, represents the connection to their watchmaking roots and furthermore to a wellspring of motivation for the brand, music. Among the new watches in the Maestro assortment is an alluring programmed moon stage watch, the Maestro Phase de Lune Semainier. The watch has an extremely old style look to it and highlights a moon stage, month, day of the week and date housed in a 41.5mm hardened steel case. A decent size for a cutting edge moon stage watch. The silver dial sits behind a sapphire precious stone with hostile to glare treatment. The Roman numerals particularly loan to the style of the dial. The watch has a programmed development with a force save of 42 hours and is in stores now.

The next piece is the Maestro Automatic Chronograph what imparts some plan similitudes to the Moon Phase. The dial plan between the two is very comparative with Roman numerals and a guilloche design within the dial. The chronograph is spread out in the recognizable 6, 9, 12 format with a date window at 3 o’clock. The case is likewise 41.5mm and hardened steel just with a rose PVD gold covering. The watch has a programmed development with a force save of 46 hours. The precious stone is sapphire over the dial and furthermore sapphire on the presentation back. Generally speaking the Maestro Automatic Chronograph is a decent dress chronograph and is accessible now.

The one that truly stands apart from the contributions is the Raymond Weil Maestro two register chronograph. It finds a way into similar rich, dress class as the past two pieces with a couple of contrasts. The dial utilizes Arabic numerals over the Roman which gives the watch a marginally more present day look, anyway the textual style actually depicts a more dressy feel. The case is a similar 41.5mm, again an extremely pleasant size for an advanced dress watch, and accessible in treated steel and hardened steel with rose PVD gold covering. The dial highlights two enormous dials for the chronograph minute counter at 9 o’clock and the running seconds at 3 o’clock. The dial is perfect, clear and entirely decipherable and again contains in internal example on the dial. Every one of the three models share similar style of hands and in this model are blued or in coordinating rose gold for that case. This piece is one of only a handful few two register dress chronographs under the $5,000 value point. The silver on cowhide has a MSRP of $2,795 and the rose gold $2,895. The two register chronograph will be accessible in November 2013.