7/27/2013 / In Raymond Weil
The 47-year old Swiss watch company, Raymond Weil, bears the Weil family’s collective love for the theatre and classical music. This shows through in many of the brand’s famous collections such as Nabucco, a set of gentlemen’s chronographs named after the Italian opera by Giuseppe Verdi. The Cuore Caldo Twelve, a recent addition to the collection, subtly blends the sleek modernity of steel, titanium and carbon fiber with the warm and classic richness of 18 carat rose gold and prominent dial design. At the very heart of the “côtes de Genève” piece is an outstanding mechanical chronograph movement with automatic winding, split-second function and 42-hour power reserve indicator. A classic-font “Twelve” indicator and noticeable chronometer borders on the dial, wrapped by an elegant tachymeter bezel, all in rose gold that glimmer like sunset, give an air of drama to the whole piece. Like the rest of Nabucco, Cuore Caldo Twelve upholds the brand’s tradition of refinement and technical supremacy.
Express your own passion for the classics with Raymond Weil’s collections, available at Sylvan’s on Main Street, Columbia.