A member of the maestro collection created in 2010, this new Raymond Weil model is the Brand's first moon phase complication with a mechanical movement.
“Maestro” is Italian for the master who has reached the highest point in his artistic abilities. The most celebrated of all, Leonardo da Vinci, created the Vitruvian Man, whose perfect proportions illustrated the famous golden number. Thus with its new timekeeper, Raymond Weil once again demonstrates that tradition and creativity go hand in hand in a sublime quintessence.
Sober, classical lines, a royal blue emerging from the black depths of the dial, delicate pure white hands and indexes, isn't this just about…perfection?
Equipped with a round 39.5mm case, a date counter harmoniously positioned at 6 o'clock and a moon phase indicator at 10.30 as if glancing at its future owner, the maestro Moon Phase will certainly be a hit this year.
The RW4500 mechanical movement with automatic winding in the maestro Moon Phase has an advantage with its power reserve of 38 hours, a longer period of time than one rotation of the Earth on its own axis.
With its maestro Moon Phase, Raymond Weil, “il Maestro”, is still setting the rhythm of today's trends!
Maestro Moon Phase - Technical description
Movement: RW4500, 28,800 A/h with complication module
Power Reserve: 38 hours
Functions: Date counter at 6 o'clock, Moon phase indicator at 10:30
Round – Polished steel
Correction buttons for updating date and moon phase between horns at 12:30 and at 6:30 o'clock
Single gadroon pattern
Crown: Polished steel – fluted with RW monogram
Crystal: Sapphire crystal with dual-sided antiglare treatment
Dial: Black with central zone decorated in “clou de Paris”
Index: Steel type, in relief
Hands: Steel type, in the most classical watchmaking style
Case: Back Sapphire crystal
Black leather alligator style
Water-resistance: 5 ATM