In 2012, the chronograph has coated its 42mm case in black PVD. Its black, galvanic, opaline dial has 8 luminescent Arabic numerals with silver-powdered edges. The style is eye-catching, just like the powerful garnet red of the chronograph's tachometer numbers and hands. The screws, the collection's recurring graphic symbols, anchor the applique securely around the date aperture, traditionally displaying three days. Two small counters provide the ultimate details of a dial with completely revised parameters – the 30 minutes at 12 o'clock and the 12 hours at 6 o'clock – boldly truncated in the area surrounding the seconds counter at 9 o'clock, which is itself slightly smaller. In contrast with the dial's modern, graphic features, the case back is transparent and reveals the throbbing mechanical heart of the timekeeper, equipped with 25 rubies and a power reserve of 46 hours. For its part, the oscillating weight is embellished in black for the occasion. Finally, the extreme hardness of the PVD coating the case and folding clasp contrasts with the softness of the strap's semi-matt, black calfskin. Elegance and comfort.
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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