The brand’s highly qualified craftsmen have enhanced the timeless Raymond Weil watch with the following elements of the progressive design: a godron decor of the bezel, curved outlines, as well as a sophisticated bracelet. These very components turned the timepiece into a true horological standout.
The new Parsifal watch accommodates a mechanical self-winding movement, which utilizes an ETA 2892/2 base with Dubois Depraz 2010 chronograph module. It is adorned with 57 rubies. The mechanism provides a 42-hour power reserve.
The movement is incorporated into a round-shaped case, sculptured in an 18ct pink gold and steel. It features the dimensions of 41.4 mm x 11.85 mm, diameter and thickness indicated respectively. The case is outfitted with a fluted, screwed-down crown, which reveals RW monogram in transparent resin. It is also equipped with an 18ct pink gold bezel that securely holds a sapphire crystal with anti-glare treatment on both sides.
Just as well, the case is endowed with two push-pieces, located at 2 and 4 o’clock. The first one is intended for starting, stopping and restarting the chronograph function. The second push-piece is meant for resetting the chronograph. The Raymond Weil watch also demonstrates a screwed down case-back, fitted with a sapphire crystal.
The case frames a stunning black dial, completed with pink gold-coated indexes. The baton, pink gold-treated hands with luminescent inlays glide across the eye-catching display. Set within the dial are the 30-minute counter at 3 o'clock and the 12-hour counter at 6 o'clock. They are joined by the 60-second counter at 9 o'clock. The date is displayed in a square cutout at 4.30.
Keeping the new Raymond Weil Parsifal watch secured to the wearer’s wrist is a black, full-skin alligator leather strap, which terminates in a RW steel folding clasp, equipped with a double push-piece security system. The water-resistance of the new Raymond Weil watch is down to 100 meters.
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