Raymond Weil Maestro Frank Sinatra

This is a limited-edition watch dedicated to Frank Sinatra, part of the Raymond Weil Maestro collection. The watch is a classic three-hand automatic, with hands, indices and the edge of the date window highlighted in blue, against a silver dial. The very classical design, with the 39.5 mm steel case just 9 mm thick, makes…

Detail of the Raymond Weil Nabucco Cello Tourbillon watch

Raymond Weil Nabucco Cello Tourbillon

This watch is the top piece in the Raymond Weil range, with a price (39,000 Swiss francs) that makes it possibly the most accessible Swiss tourbillon watch, just under the price of Montblanc’s Heritage Chronométrie ExoTourbillon Minute Chronograph. It expresses the musical inspiration that underscores many watches by Raymond Weil: CEO Elie Bernheim plays the…

Raymond Weil

Company profile: In 2016, Raymond Weil celebrates its 40th anniversary. It was founded in 1976, during the quartz crisis that was driving many Swiss brands out of business, by M. Weil, whose basic concept was for affordable timepieces. It has been a family-owned company all along, for three generations. Raymond Weil’s son-in-law Olivier Bernheim joined…