Enjoy Raymond Weil Day-Date Automatic Watch

Feb 02, 2011
Raymond Weil is excited to deliver its new Day-Date Automatic watch, which catches the eye of the beholder with its exceptional readability.

The elegant novelty is embodied in a stainless steel case, which measures 39.00 mm in diameter and is 10.50 mm high. The case is round in shape.

So is an eye-pleasing bezel, manufactured, however, from rose gold. The same material is used for a protected massive winding crown, nestled at 3 o’clock. The water-resistance of the new Raymond Weil watch is assured down to 100 meters.

Atop the case there is a silvered dial. Apart from sporting a standard three-hand layout, it also indicates the current day and date. The display comprises oversized Roman numerals and centralized rose gold hands, pointing to hours, minutes and seconds.

The numeral at 3 o’clock gives way to a date aperture. The date of the week is shown in a large exhibition window, located on a segment from 11 to 1 o’clock. The periphery of the watch face reveals a contrasting minute graduation.

The brand’s name and the inscription “Automatic” complete the noble design of the display. It is protected by an anti-glare sapphire crystal. The case-back is also equipped with a sapphire glass.

As it name implies, the new Raymond Weil Day-Date Automatic watch accommodates a Swiss made automatic RW4010 movement, which uses Sellita as its base. Embellished with 26 jewels, it beats to the rhythm of 28,800 vibrations per hour and supplies a 38-hour power reserve.

A charming bracelet in steel and rose gold sets the final touch to the consummate appearance of the new Raymond Weil watch.

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