Perfect Timing: The Raymond Weil 39.5mm Polished Steel Maestro

Perfect Timing: The Raymond Weil 39.5mm Polished Steel Maestro

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Whether you call it a watch or a timepiece, every guy should make sure their wrist game is in order. Some might even go as far as to say it’s a necessity, and that being without one is simply unthinkable. And, while price ranges factor into ones’ ultimate decision, the actual watchmaker should be top priority. Founded in 1976, Raymond Weil belongs to the limited circle of Swiss watchmakers still in family hands and has always been imbued with a deep affinity for music. With the creation of a timepiece inspired by passionate workmanship, the watchmaker confirms its deep attachment to both its watchmaking roots and its permanent source of inspiration.

On a scale of 1 to 10, Raymond Weil sits at about a good nine, nine-and-a-half, with good measure pushing closer to the top end of the scale. With over 35 years of involvement in the music industry across all genres, the Swiss watchmaker composes its timepieces the way musicians compose their chef d’oeuvres. So to say that each make and model within the brands collections are aesthetically pleasing would certainly be an understatement.

To put it in simplest terms, precision and attention to detail set the tone throughout the creation process. Inspiration is what is found at the basis of each work of art — precision is the indispensable condition required for achieving excellence.

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[column size=one_third position=last ]A BRIEF RUNDOWN ON THE MAESTRO
Entirely mechanical and including some complications in the great Swiss watchmaking tradition, the maestro collection was launched in 2010. Its classic and refined style has been a success ever since its creation. Expertise and tradition come together in this emblematic maestro collection which has found its place in the hearts of those who value know-how and have a definite taste for quality work.[/column]

Pure and taut lines, delicate dial decoration and modern hands and indexes; this new model is an evolution of the emblematic maestro timepiece. The mechanical movement with automatic winding has a 38 hour power reserve and a large date window at 3 o’clock ensures optimal readability. The 39.5mm polished stainless steel case perfectly balances the black dial and strap. This maestro also features a very unique folding clasp system which gives a very restrained and discreet look to the watch.

Water resistant up to 5ATM, given sapphire crystal with dual-sided antiglare treatment, and finished with a genuine black alligator-style calf leather with a polished steel folding clasp, this collection symbolizes harmony, elegance and timelessness in the pure Swiss tradition. With this new model, Raymond Weil once again succeeds in synchronizing the rhythms of tradition and innovation.

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Brandon Harris

One of the most unique individuals you'll ever meet, largely because I enjoy having discussions about any and everything. A rigorous passion for fashion and fast cars, plus ... I won't eat up all the food if you invite me over for Sunday Football.

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Brandon Harris

One of the most unique individuals you'll ever meet, largely because I enjoy having discussions about any and everything. A rigorous passion for fashion and fast cars, plus ... I won't eat up all the food if you invite me over for Sunday Football.

All stories by:Brandon Harris