The name of the novel Maestro Tradition collection speaks for itself. This line has been created in keeping with the brand’s watchmaking heritage.
A true piece of history, the Maestro Tradition watch has been offered in several elegant interpretations. The first version is powered by a mechanical self-winding movement - SW200. Set with 26 jewels, it provides a 38-hour power reserve.
The entire mechanism is enclosed in a round-shaped stainless steel case, with the dimensions of 39.5mm x 9.13 mm. The front side of the watch is shielded by a sapphire crystal, glare-proofed on both sides. Its snap-on case-back is also fitted with a sapphire crystal. At 3 o’clock, the case exposes a crown, marked with RW monogram. The water-resistance of the model is down to 5 ATM.
The new Raymond Weil watch shows off a white dial, equipped with nickel-plated Roman numerals. Gliding over them are rounded hours, minutes and seconds hands, performed in blue. The date indication is arranged in a window at 3 o’clock. Completing this reference is a leather strap, finished with a conventional stainless steel buckle.
The second model from the collection has almost the same characteristics as the variation described above. The exception is represented by the dial, which is dressed in silver and completed with black Arabic numerals.
The third member of the collection is equipped with another mechanical self-winding movement - SW260. Equal to 9.93 mm, the case thickness exceeds those of the two other interpretations.
This variation also boasts a silver dial. It is marked with black Roman numerals. Pointing to the hours and minutes are rounded blue hands, located in the center. The seconds hand, meanwhile, is featured in the sub-dial at 6 o’clock.
A clever combination of aesthetic and technical refinement, the Raymond Weil Maestro Tradition watches are sure to be highly appreciated by the brand’s faithful admirers.
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