RAYMOND WEIL introduces its brand new chronograph. With a classic allure, elegantly colored materials and modern dial design, the latest addition to the maestro collection sets the time to the rhythm of its hours indicated by Arabic numerals.
The maestro chronograph, first presented in 2011, plays a melody around a more contemporary chord arrangement this year. On a silver dial, the hours are now depicted by Arabic numerals, leaving place in the center for a refined sunray guilloché decoration. The chronograph’s counters, located at 3 and 9 o’clock, read off horizontally. The hands, which recall the classic character of the collection, are rose gold plated, matching the hour numerals and the 41mm diameter case. Finally a classic, brown, alligator-style bracelet with an ardillon buckle confers all the letters of nobility upon this fine example of masculine, automatic watchmaking.
Distinction and refinement give this chronograph a prominent role in the maestro collection.