Raymond Weil Maestro Watch Review

Raymond Weil has revealed its new Maestro timepiece, inspired by the square watches of the 1970s.
 
Designed in the style of an earlier Raymond Weil model but maintaining a "classic modernity", the watch has a 41 mm square case in polished steel, and blued steel hands. It has a sapphire crystal with dual-sided antiglare treatment, and a polished steel crown, fluted with the RW monogram.

The central zone of the silver dial features a sunray guilloché and concentric staves, with black transferred Roman numerals. There is a rectangular date window at 3 o'clock.

The new Raymond Weil Maestro is powered by the automatic RW4200 movement with 26 rubies and 38-hour power reserve, and it has a sapphire crystal case back. It comes with a black alligator-style calf leather strap, with saddle stitching and a steel ardillon buckle.