Raymond Weil Donates CEO’s First Watch to Charity

In celebration of the holiday season, RAYMOND WEIL’s CEO, Elie Bernheim, is donating his very first timepiece in aid of charity. This particular timepiece, originally from the heritage parsifal collection, was personally gifted to Elie Bernheim by his grandfather – and founder of the company – Mr Raymond Weil.

This one-off, personally loved and treasured timepiece for him, is taken from the original Parsifal heritage collection. The 39 mm diameter case holds a RW5000 mechanical self-winding movement, which is famous for its reliability, robustness, and accuracy. This watch is a one-of-a-kind collector’s item that is both masculine and bold.

The striking contrast between the stainless-steel face and yellow sub dials make this timepiece truly unique. This chronograph features a particular tri-compax dial layout and a date window positioned at the 3’oclock. It is complete with three bright blue lacquered buttons and a brown saddle-stitched genuine alligator strap.

This very special one-off timepiece is now available to buy on raymond-weil.co.uk for £8,700. 100% of proceeds will go to the pediatric onco hematology unit of Geneva Hospital, located close to RAYMOND WEIL’s global head office.