Raymond Weil Beatles Limited Erition Maestro Watch
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Raymond Weil Beatles Limited Erition Maestro Watch

by Raymond Weil

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The maestro Beatles Limited Edition features a mechanical self-winding movement housed in a 39.5mm polished steel case. The 13 Beatles’ album titles are written all around the bespoke dial, with a special “Help” index at 4 o’clock which recalls the cover of the iconic album released in 1965. The silver galvanic dial matches the polished steel bracelet. It features the official Beatles logo and a date window at 3 o’clock. Finally, the case back presents a smoked sapphire crystal that carries the official Beatles logo and the limited edition number engraved. This unique timepiece paying tribute to the legendary Fab Four is limited to 3,000 pieces.
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ADDITIONAL TEXT

Ref no: 2237-ST-BEAT1
Brand: Raymond Weil
Metal: Steel
Collection: Raymond Weil Maestro
Movement: Automatic
Bracelet Material: Steel
Case Size: 39.5mm
Dial Colour: Silver
Water Resistance: 50m
Type: Watch

Raymond Weil Watches

Mr.Raymond Weil launched the watch brand back in 1976 in Geneva Switzerland. Raymond's son in law Oliver Bernheim joined the business in 1982, followed by RAYMOND WEIL's third generation in 2006, Elie and Pierre Bernheim ensuring family continuity. The luxurious watch brand is the result of three generations whose combined passion has maintained the company's heritage and international status. 

Swiss Brand
Situated in Geneva, the home of Switzerland's finest watch makers RAYMOND WEIL combines the elements of Swiss excellence as well as beauty. With an award winning precision movements campaign RAYMOND WEIL'S attention to detail and quality is constant. Swiss watch making skills and knowledge is reflected in RAYMOND WEIL'S craftsmanship and technical material choices.

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