The Raymond Weil Tango Steel on Steel Gray Watch is a time piece that anyone would be proud to wear. This watch features Swiss quartz precision timing in a stylish gray on gray design. The watch is water resistant up to 165 feet, which means that you don’t need to worry about getting it wet under normal use and circumstances. The stainless steel case and Sapphire Crystal are scratch resistant and durable. The crystal is antireflective, so it is easy to read even in bright sunlight. The watch features large, easy to read Roman numerals. It features the day date at the 3 o’clock position. The face is stamped with the prestigious Raymond Weil Geneva logo, letting everyone know that the man wearing it is a man of taste and high quality.
Raymond Weil is a Swiss luxury watchmaker, founded in 1976 in Geneva, Switzerland. It is a family-owned company founded by Weil in 1926. The company has remained in the family and is more recently under the operation of Oliver Bernheim, Weil’s son-in-law. As more Swiss watchmakers are being acquired by larger conglomerates, this company remains one of the last independent brands in the industry. Raymond Weil comes highly acclaimed in the industry and has occupied the position of President of the Geneva Watchmaker Union and several other prestigious organizations. These qualifications are what makes the Raymond Weil Tango Steel on Steel Gray Watch standout as a fine luxury class timepiece.
The Raymond Weil Freelancer watch is a jewelry piece that emanates elegance and sophistication. The watch has over 98 diamonds encrusted on the case and dial, a dark black leather strap, and sapphire crystal outlining the back of the case. The case is made of stainless steel, and the watch has a balance wheel which gives the piece a rich and chic touch.
The maker of the Freelancer watch is Raymond Weil; a fashion company ran by Elie Bernheim out of Geneva, Switzerland. Raymond Weil founded the company, and his grandson is currently in charge of the brand. Weil turned his collection into one of the best in the Swiss watch industry. Elie Bernheim continues his grandfather's legacy by ensuring Raymond Weil watches continue to have the same groundbreaking style as the original designs.
Many other pieces by Raymond Weil also cannot be missed. The Raymond Weil Shine watch has the same elegance as the Freelancer but can come with a silver or gold strap. The Noemia watch, meanwhile, can have a blue or silver dial. Overall, Raymond Weil's watch collections are cosmopolitan and creative. The Freelancer watch, however, is the perfect addition to any modern and stylish woman's collection.
The Nabucco by Raymond Weil is a sporty men's watch in steel and titanium. Its black dial and matching black band in genuine rubber provide an understated elegance for any occasion. For extra peace of mind, the clasp on the band is made of titanium and has a double-push security system. A subtle yellow trim on the band and hands complements the sleek finish of this exceptional timepiece.
The case measures 46 mm in diameter and has a thickness of 15.25 mm. It has a mechanical chronograph movement and a power reserve of 46 hours. The whole effect is a masterpiece of Swiss engineering. There is a date window between 4 and 5 o'clock and the Raymond Weil name is prominent on the dial. The watch is water resistant to a depth of 200 m, or 660 ft. The metallic numbering on the black ceramic surface is enhanced by a small touch of yellow at the top. This is a practical watch with a performance to match its classy appearance.
This watch comes in 4 further variations: the Nabucco Special Edition by Gibson in steel with red trim, a Nabucco version in black with green trim, the Revoluzione II in black with red trim, and a stunning Nabucco with a black dial, grey ceramic bezel, red trim and a stainless steel band. In all versions, the signature black dial and striking touches of color are a design constant, and of course the quality of the watch's movement is a key priority for this Geneva-based company.
The 47-year old Swiss watch company, Raymond Weil, bears the Weil family’s collective love for the theatre and classical music. This shows through in many of the brand’s famous collections such as Nabucco, a set of gentlemen’s chronographs named after the Italian opera by Giuseppe Verdi. The Cuore Caldo Twelve, a recent addition to the collection, subtly blends the sleek modernity of steel, titanium and carbon fiber with the warm and classic richness of 18 carat rose gold and prominent dial design. At the very heart of the “côtes de Genève” piece is an outstanding mechanical chronograph movement with automatic winding, split-second function and 42-hour power reserve indicator. A classic-font “Twelve” indicator and noticeable chronometer borders on the dial, wrapped by an elegant tachymeter bezel, all in rose gold that glimmer like sunset, give an air of drama to the whole piece. Like the rest of Nabucco, Cuore Caldo Twelve upholds the brand’s tradition of refinement and technical supremacy.
Express your own passion for the classics with Raymond Weil’s collections, available at Sylvan’s on Main Street, Columbia.