RAYMOND WEIL expands its popular maestro collection by adding a new open-worked model. In this new timepiece, the mechanical self-winding caliber can be admired through a wide aperture on the dial offering a perfect view of the Swiss Made movement sealed between two sapphire crystals.
The maestro Skeleton features a 39.5mm diameter stainless steel case. The balance wheel and open-worked spring barrel can be viewed via the front of the watch while additional details are visible via the sapphire case back including the decorated rotor and some of the 27 jewels within the mechanism.
The movement is sealed between two sapphire crystal glasses. The dial display includes blued steel hours, minutes and central sweep seconds hands floating above a sea of mechanical parts in motion.
The maestro Skeleton has a 38-hour power reserve and is water resistant up to 50 meters. This masterpiece is completed with either a stainless steel bracelet or genuine leather strap, both featuring a double-push security clasp.
Mechanical self-winding movement – RW4215
Power reserve: 38 hours
Hours, minutes and seconds
Round – Polished stainless steel
Crown: Polished steel – fluted with RW monogram
Case back: Snapped, with sapphire crystal
Water resistance: 5 ATM
Silver galvanic with large opening on the skeleton movement
Hands: Blued steel-type, baton-shaped
Genuine black alligator-style calf leather strap, RW folding clasp with double-push security system