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Men's Raymond Weil Watches

For a company that launched in 1976, at a time when quartz technology was squeezing out mechanical movements and threatening the luxury watch business, Raymond Weil has successfully maintained the time-honored traditions of Swiss watchmaking. It has turned itself into an internationally recognized brand in a remarkably short space of time.

Raymond, his son-in-law Oliver Bernheim, and grandson Elie Bernheim have kept the company as a family-run business. Oliver Bernheim joined the company in 1982 and was responsible for modernizing the company’s structure and organization, developing valuable markets overseas. Elie Bernheim was named CEO in April of 2014, succeeding his father.

Raymond Weil watches are particularly known for being influenced by the worlds of art and music. The Amadeus line was launched in 1984, in conjunction with the Milos Forman movie. The artistic themes continued with the Fidelio collection, inspired by Beethoven’s only opera. In the early '90s came the Parsifal, the Tango, and the Tradition collections. Current collections also include the Maestro, Toccata, and Freelancer.

In 2004, Raymond Weil introduced complications to its collections, further enhancing the company’s prestige and capabilities.

Quick Facts

  • 1994, the company’s award-winning "Precision Movements" advertising campaign portrayed dancers in mid-air
  • The Nabucco Cuore Caldo model was introduced in 2006. A split second chronograph, it is made of carbon fiber, featuring an oversized 46 mm case, power reserve, and water resistance to 200 meters
  • Raymond Weil has been an official partner of the BRIT music awards since 2008

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Raymond Weil Parsifal wristwatch.
Oct 28, 9:00 AM EDT
Raymond Weil Parsifal wristwatch.
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