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Raymond Weil Nabucco 2011 Watch Hands-On

I've written about Raymond Weil's popular Nabucco collection at least two times prior to this hands-on experience. In fact the last time I covered the collection was with another hands-on experience going over some of the pre-2011 models here. I liked wearing the watches even though the designs in some

Raymond Weil Nabucco Cello Tourbillon Watch Hands-On

The long-standing Raymond Weil Nabucco watch collection gets a tourbillon for 2015. In fact, I believe that the Raymond Weil Nabucco Cello Tourbillon is the brand's first tourbillon-based timepiece, and in many ways, they are off to a running start (assuming the world needs more tourbillons) with this sporty and

Raymond Weil Freelancer Calibre RW1212 Watch

A good number of Swiss watch brands are owned by conglomerates. There are only a handful of independent brands left and Swiss Raymond Weil is one of them. As most readers will probably know by now, Swatch’s decision to reduce supply of ETA movements to brands outside of the Swatch

My First Grail Watch: Elie Bernheim Of Raymond Weil

Welcome back to an original aBlogtoWatch feature, "My First Grail Watch." In this series, we ask prominent people in the watch industry about the first timepiece that they lusted after. Today, we're speaking with Elie Bernheim, the third-generation leader at the helm of Raymond Weil. We think you'll find it

Raymond Weil Freelancer Piper Watch

I have noticed a trend: luxury watch brands are pairing off with other brands to create new versions of their existing watches. Now, this is by no means a new trend, but it is one that seems to have had an appreciable uptick as of late. Unsurprisingly, these collaborations focus

Raymond Weil Freelancer Piper Pilot Watch Review

For their first pilot watch, Raymond Weil decided to partner with Piper Aircraft. Not that anything about the watch itself says or indicates Piper, but the airplane maker is in the official name of the watch, which is the Raymond Weil Freelancer Piper - and it exists as a limited

Raymond Weil Maestro Automatic Moon Phase Watch Review

In most engineering fields and resulting products, complexity is a nasty evil that pops up at inopportune times and usually needs to be curbed and eliminated. In the world of fine timepiece craftsmanship, complexity, the right kind, is highly valued and cherished. Complicated watches from top brands that include calendars,

Raymond Weil Maestro Beatles Limited Edition Watch

In anticipation of Baselworld 2016, Raymond Weil is announcing the release of a Beatles limited edition watch in the larger Maestro collection to commemorate the brand's 40th anniversary, as well as pay tribute to one of the world’s greatest rock 'n’ roll groups of all time. Those familiar with Raymond