We’re delighted to complete today’s timepiece section with the staggeringly elegant Maestro Phase de Lune Semainier from Raymond Weil. At a first glance, this timepiece seems extremely intricate, superbly designed, chic and garnished with a rather intriguing combination of tones.
It boasts with seven dark blue hands as the overall theme gradually moves towards the dial, where a sky blue tone can be noticed. Extremely fit for those who enjoy travelling, be it for business or relaxation purposes, it is able to display the week number, moon phase, date, month, local time and day.
A striking feature is the Clou de Paris pattern, which was given a central position on this wristwatch. Additionally, the minute and hour hands circle along a rather stereotypical scale, labeled with Roman numerals, alongside a scale of the months and weekdays, plus a facile positioning at 3 and 9 o’clock for the date and weekdays displays.
Mechanically, it runs on a mechanical self winding caliber RW3600 with 25 jewels, 50 meter water resistance and 42 hour power reserve. The round case measures 41.5 mm in diameter and 10.85 mm in thickness, being crafted from polished stainless steel.
Both the back and the front of the watch are being provided protection by double anti-reflective sapphire crystals, while the straps are manufactured from black calfskin, saddle stitched, designed to resemble alligator leather and are tied to a polished steel buckle.