Raymond Weil Tango
Baselworld - For the first time, the new collection combines rose gold with steel.
This year, RAYMOND WEIL’s novelties are dancing to a new rhythm, that of the tango. The collection with its refined and sensual lines offers a completely new design. More contemporary, always just as elegant and gracious, the tango remains master of the art of the precision movement. For the first time, the collection combines rose gold with steel, to the great pleasure of the lovers of two-tone models.
Available in ladies and gents versions, tango the complete harmony of an Argentine dancing couple. The various models marry vigor and sensuality, exuding distinction through the balance of their proportions and the clear signature on their bezels, where a change of tempo, has six decorations in the form of screws now replacing the twelve pearls.
The tango Two-tone Rose, for its part, sees its 39mm steel case enhanced with rose gold on its bezel, crown and the two central rows of its bracelet links. The white dial is embellished with a “star” decor in its central zone surrounded by a circle of black Roman numerals, providing this masculine model with a timeless character. With its quartz movement, the tango Two-tone Rose will continue to set the rhythm for the dance of the RAYMOND WEIL collection.
Jewels: 3 rubies
Functions: Hours, minutes and seconds
Date: Rectangular date window at 3 o’clock
Case: Round – Polished stainless steel
Bezel: Satin finished stainless steel rose gold PVD plated decorated with 6 screws
Crown: Polished stainless steel rose gold PVD plated - fluted with RW monogram
Crystal: Sapphire crystal with dual-sided antiglare treatment
Dial: White, “star” central décor
Indexes: Black Roman numerals
Hours / Minutes Steel type, enhanced with luminescent material, bâton
Second: Steel type, bâton
Case back: Snapped
Strap: Polished and satin finished stainless steel and rose gold PVD plated. Folding RW clasp with double push-button security system
Water-resistance 10 ATM
At the time of the Brand’s creation in 1976, Raymond Weil wanted to bring luxury Swiss watchmaking within the reach of a wider public. This visionary approach, always dear to the three generations, has enabled the Brand to develop internationally, within the space of only a few decades.Find out more
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