Raymond Weil is one of the last family-owned Swiss watchmaking companies to still be in operation. The exquisite watch designs from Raymond Weil blend a passion for music with traditional watchmaking expertise. Within our collections, 62 diamond embezzled Noemia watches join the likes of the Raymond Weil Tango – a family of refined timepieces boasting beautiful lines and contemporary aesthetics. Infused with vigour and beauty, Raymond Weil watches possess the know-how and expertise required to meet the prerequisites of the much sought-after Swiss made label. The company’s headquarters in Grand-Lancy Geneva, is the hub of Swiss watchmaking excellence, providing us with some of the most aesthetically and technically beautiful timepieces on the plant.
At the height of the watch industry crisis, when quartz had taken the world by storm and collectors were investing in more affordable wristwatches - Raymond Weil stood true to technical watchmaking. Upon the company’s inception in 1976, it had one vision – to craft affordable luxury timepieces using traditional watchmaking methods.
Amateurs and connoisseurs alike began opening their eyes once again to authentic watch manufacture; with a distinct appreciation for watches that stood for something meaningful and felt substantial on the wrist. Raymond Weil watches brought a new dimension to the watch industry. The company settled into Switzerland and once founder, Raymond Weil, introduced his son-in-law into the company in 1982 it became a family business. By modernising the structure, the organisation and the development of their watchmaking facilities, Raymond Weil soon became a flagship for the Swiss watch industry, supplying to collectors all over the world.
Raymond Weil watches have always been influenced by the music industry, with watch collections named Amadeus, after the classical Austrian composer, Mozart and Fidelio -named after Beethoven’s only opera – Traviata or Saxo.
The Toccata and Fantasia collections are home to watches with a more cult-like status, while the Parsifal collection catered to the tastes of men and women alike. In 1999 the Swiss company opened its own Research and Development department which would be the home of exclusive technological advancements, and the place where a patented interchangeable bracelet system would be born.
High tech and practical, the Raymond Weil Freelancer watch featured the first-ever visible balance wheel upon the surface of its display. The collection is one of the most widely recognised worldwide, and its many variations offer a plethora of design options and materials to choose from. Classic lines, polished surfaces and complex functions feature throughout this remarkable collection. No two Freelancers are alike. Thus this diverse and incredibly versatile collection of timepieces is one of the most popular of Raymond Weil’s to date.
The Shine collection is a range of Raymond Weil watches synonymous with luxury ladies fashion. Dazzling diamonds adorn the dials of these elegant timepieces, against iridescent mother of pearl backdrops and irresistible polished egg-shaped stainless steel bezels. Bi-colour stainless steel and yellow gold PVD coated bracelets add a magnificent charm to the wrists of ladies looking for statement watch, making Raymond Weil Shine watches the go-to timepiece for special occasions.
The Tango collection of Raymond Weil watches was first launched in 1995 and features a varied choice of timekeeping instruments with simple three-handed dial designs to the more complex chronographs. These diver-friendly timekeeping tools are sporty-looking yet exude ultimate elegance on the wrist. To dress these timepieces up with a suit or casual jeans and shirt ensemble at the weekend will ensure the gentleman is looking sophisticated enough to face every challenge the day throws.
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