INTRODUCING: A watch for the opera – the Raymond Weil Parsifal

It goes without saying really, Raymond Weil have a penchant for the melodious methods. Releasing scores of limited-edition pieces that pay tribute to all things musical – from Gibson guitars and Marshall amps, to Aussie rockers AC/DC and Ol' Blue Eyes, Mr Frank Sinatra. The latest note in their sonata of releases revisits a collection the family-owned Swiss-made brand first introduced in the early 1990s, taking you to the opera and drawing its inspiration and name from Richard Wagner's famed…

LIST: 3 rockers that could rock the Raymond Weil Tango Marshall Limited Edition

It's all about the music, man, it's always been about the music. At least it is for Raymond Weil. And the Swiss-made brand's Music Icon Series. Not only does it feature limited-edition tributes to artists such as Bob Marley, David Bowie and The Beatles, but it also pays homage to the instruments and equipment that brought these iconic performers their god-like status on stage. Introduced at Baselworld 2018, the latest in Raymond Weil's line of musical collaborations is with famed…

HANDS-ON: Raymond Weil's latest Freelancer Chronograph looks the business

Raymond Weil's latest take on their sporty Freelancer Chronograph is – to be blunt – really good-looking. Fundamentally, it's the same as Freelancer chronos we've seen before: 42mm steel case, bulletproof RW500 movement, 12,6,9 subdial layout, day/date and screw-down crown and pushers. It's a solid piece of kit. What's new, though, is the colour way. Silver and blue, and plenty of texture to tempt the eye. The panda-esque dial is predominantly silver, with a bright starburst centre and circular grained outer…

HANDS-ON:  Blue moon rising – Raymond Weil's Maestro Moon Phase 

Call me a romantic, but the moon phase complication is amongst my favourites. Paradoxically, it's also amongst the least functional — tracking the waxing and waning of our most significant satellite isn't something that's high on my list of life priorities. And when the topic does come up, I can, you know, look at the sky. But, really, that's not the point of a moon phase. It's a complication of wonder, one that speaks — on a scale far broader…

HANDS-ON: Chase the blues away – 3 new models added to Raymond Weil's classical Maestro family

One of the Raymond Weil's great strengths has always been stylish, sharp, everyday dress pieces, something that's really epitomised in the Maestro line. Well, at Basel that line got a little bigger, with the addition of three new, blue-dialled options. These watches, like many things in the world of Raymond Weil, take their inspiration from the world of music — remember, the collection is called 'Maestro'. But the Maestros we're talking here aren't your Chopins or Shostakoviches — no, as…

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