Raymond Weil Maestro Beatles Limited Edition Watch Review

Raymond Weil Watch Maestro Beatles Limited Edition 2237-ST-BEAT1

Raymond Weil bring the distinctive sound of The Beatles to Baselworld 2016 with the launch of the Maestro Beatles Limited Edition. To celebrate their 40th anniversary - 40 years of showcasing their passion and adoration for music - Raymond Weil have turned to one of the greatest bands of all time. To honour the iconic Liverpudlian quartette within a watch platform is the ultimate anniversary gift and enforcing the fact that their music will never be forgotten. 


Reminding loyal fans of their incredible hits, Raymond Weil have printed the fab fours albums titles on the silver galvanic dial. “Let It Be”, “Abbey Road”, “SGT Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band” and “Yellow Submarine” circle the dial (to name a few) with the “Help” album taking centre stage at 4 o’clock. The official logo proudly sits above 6 o’clock and is witnessed again on the transparent case back as a constant reminder of their inspiration. The smoked sapphire glass showcases the mechanical self-winding movement providing an exquisite backdrop to The Beatles logo. Measuring at 39.5 mm, the stainless steel case matches the polished bracelet that compliments the dial. Limited to 3,000 pieces brings an exclusive air to the piece; a number that is engraved on the caseback as a reminder. 


  Raymond Weil Watch Maestro Beatles Limited Edition 2237-ST-BEAT1


The Maestro Beatles sits in a case that celebrates the music influence. A drum with The Beatles logo is found on the top of the box when closed. Upon opening the case the inside reveals the 13 album titles echoing that of the timepiece dial. 


Elie Bernheim, Raymond Weil, CEO states: “We could not feel more proud to associate our Brand name with the exceptional Beatles. RAYMOND WEIL has always been closely linked with music, our dear source of inspiration since our early days. We are overjoyed to once again honour great music legends this year and celebrate our 40th anniversary with the Fab Four!”


Are you excited by Raymond Weil’s new release? Take a closer look at the Maestro The Beatles.