Raymond Weil Nabucco Cello Tourbillon
So far, we have encountered several Raymond Weil models inspired by music, and the new Cello Tourbillon is perhaps the most interesting among them. The association with the world of music should not be surprising at all, since the executive director of this company is Elie Bernheim, a cellist since an early age. And his grandfather, a founder of the company, the famous Raymond Weil, cherished a great love for music.
On both sides of the Cello Tourbillon model there is sapphire glass, which reveals a complex mechanism. Many of its elements, by their design, remind of the cello. Four little strings stretching between “9 o’clock” and “3 o’clock” represent the most attractive detail.
The watch case with black PVD coating, and a diameter of 46 mm, is made of stainless steel and titanium, and it possesses elements of carbon fibre. The crown is screwed- down, and this type of a watch is surprisingly 200m water resistant. The mechanism with tourbillon is hand-wound and it possesses a great power reserve of 105 hours.