Raymond Weil reveals Maestro Moon Phase

First published: 04-02-2011

Raymond Weil has unveiled a new timepiece, which may appeal to watch fans looking for a product which details the night sky to them.

That is because the Maestro Moon Phase is the first model from the brand which has a moon phase complication with a mechanical movement, Watch Luxus reported.

"Sober, classical lines, a royal blue emerging from the black depths of the dial, delicate pure white hands and indexes, isn't this just about … perfection?" the news source commented.

Looking at the detail of this timepiece, fashion watch enthusiasts will notice an eye-catching date sub-dial appearing at six o'clock, as well as its moon phase indicator sneaking in at around the ten o'clock location.

All of these elements are then wrapped up with a sleek case, measuring in a 39.5mm, meaning it should never become a nuisance when worn.

Meanwhile, Raymond Weil is preparing to dish out some of its timepieces to those taking part at the 2011 Brit Awards.

The men's Freelancer and women's Noemia are the two timepieces set to be presented to well-known names in the music industry, Professional Jeweller recently reported.


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