Enjoy Raymond Weil Maestro Moonphase Watch

Feb 01, 2011
The house of Raymond Weil has recently issued its new Maestro Moonphase watch to be officially unveiled at the forthcoming Baselworld 2011 event.

The appealing timepiece is proposed with a 39.50 mm case, which boasts a classic looking outfit. Crafted from stainless steel, it is 10.50 mm high. The case is outlined by a noble bezel, skillfully produced from the same material.

A personification of discreet, yet attractive style, the new Raymond Weil watch reveals elegant lugs and an easy-to-operate winding crown at 3 o’clock.

The impressive black dial is completed with oversized Roman numerals. The dial captures the time with hour and minutes Breguet-type hands, rendered in steel. Indicating the seconds is a slim centralized hand.

The date is presented in a round counter, nicely arranged at 6 o’clock. The undeniable highlight of the new Raymond Weil Maestro Moonphase watch is surely the moon-phase indicator, nestled between 10 and 11 o’clock.

The successful design of the display is completed by the brand’s logo, featured at 1 o’clock. Protecting the watch face is a high grade sapphire crystal. The same glass is employed in manufacturing of the case-back.

Giving life to this set of useful functions is a Swiss-made self-winding caliber RW4500 movement. Embellished with 26 jewels, it runs at the rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour and offers a 38-hour power reserve.

A black leather strap magnifies the understated nobility of the new Raymond Weil watch, which is easy-to-wear on all occasions.

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