Raymond Weil Watches
Amidst a crisis, Raymond Weil decided to begin making watches in an innovative manner. His company was established in 1976 and is still a standard of excellence today. Raymond Weil designs are inspired by art and the company founder is the patron of numerous artistic projects. The Amadeus watch line is inspired by the life and work of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
The collections include both traditional and modern watches. All Raymond Weil pieces feature high quality materials and functionalities. The watches are both contemporary and somehow sophisticated, adding classiness to the appearance of the wearer.
History of Raymond Weil Watches
Mr Raymond Weil founded his own watch company in 1976 in the middle of a watch industry crisis. His vision was to bring a new dimension to the Swiss watchmaking industry, and the first Raymond Weil watches were immediately praised by enthusiasts.
The Raymond Weil company is located in Geneva alongside Switzerland’s most prestigious watchmakers. The company embraces its ‘Swiss made’ label at all stages of production and assembly, harnessing Switzerland’s centuries of watchmaking expertise in its choices of materials, components and craftsmen. Now one of the last few independent family-run watchmakers, Mr Weil’s knowledge and passion for timepieces has been handed down through the generations of his brand.
The Raymond Weil company has always strived to achieve watchmaking excellence and is constantly looking for new technologies and ways to further enhance its designs, maintaining its founder’s passion for quality. All Raymond Weil watches are designed with precision and made with intense attention to detail, with 350 checks before it is given the Raymond Weil quality label.
Raymond Weil watches have been inspired by a love of music since the company’s foundation, with collections named after their musical influences. The brand has more than 35 years of involvement in the music industry, with a long list of high profile partnerships including major venues, events, artists and charities.