Raymond Weil Nabucco Cuore Caldo Twelve Watch Review


Raymond Weil has revealed the limited edition Nabucco Cuore Caldo Twelve, with part of the sales revenue from each timepiece sold to be donated to the improvement of cancer treatment among children.

The Raymond Weil Nabucco collection is known for making a feature of the number 12 - the only hour that is not displayed as an index. The Nabucco Cuore Caldo Twelve is the first model to display the number 12 in letters, to "underline that every day is precious and that change is within our reach".

The timepiece, which is limited to just 76 pieces, will raise funds and renew the brand's support for the paediatric onco-hematology unit of the University of Geneva-Switzerland Hospital.
The Raymond Weil Nabucco Cuore Caldo Twelve has an 46 mm case made of 18ct rose gold, titanium, polished and satin-finished steel, and carbon-fibre. It has a 18ct rose gold bezel with tachometer, and a sapphire crystal with dual-sided antiglare treatment. A small seconds hand is placed at 9 o'clock, a power reserve indicator is at 6 o'clock, and a 30 minutes counter is at 3 o'clock.

The watch is powered by RW5500 mechanical chronograph movement with automatic winding, and has a power reserve of 42 hours. It comes with a choice or black rubber or black leather strap, and is presented in a special box along with a range of cuff links and pens.