Family owned since 1976, Raymond Weil Swiss-made watches are catered for today’s lifestyles. They offer the perfect blend of fashion and function, with a few nice accents thrown in. Here we take a look at five great Raymond Weil watch collections for women.
This is the ideal watch for today’s active lifestyles. A little sporty in nature, but still chic, the Raymond Weil Freelancer is offered in stainless steel cases in a variety of sizes with a nice stainless steel bracelet that is perfect for active and relaxed wear. The links on the bracelet are five-row, with larger outer links on both sides and smaller center links for depth and contrast. Looking for a dressier feel, try a version with diamond markers or a mother-of-pearl dial. For urban chic appeal, go for a dial in salmon or black, or for a two-toned steel and gold look.
This collection was first unveiled to the world in 1991 and was re-imagined just this year for a fresh, updated appeal. Powered by a Swiss quartz movement, Raymond Weil Parsifal watches are smaller in size (generally 30 mm) and are crafted in stainless steel. With an integrated bracelet, this watch is a classic, sophisticated timepiece that goes from work to weekend. Dials include white and mother of pearl, with either Roman numerals or diamond markers mixed with Roman numerals. Certain models, with date indication, have accents such as diamond markers and yellow gold (yes, yellow gold is making a comeback) bezels.
Available in a host of sizes ranging from a petite 24mm to a generous 36mm, the Raymond Weil Noemia is a great contemporary timepiece that features a round dial, but an elongated case that is almost oval with curved horns that beautifully integrate with the thin three-row bracelet. This watch features a sleek case design and exudes a feminine and curvaceous appeal. There are a variety of options including ones with pale pink dials, sky blue dials, and diamond accents on the dial and even on the case.
This round watch is incredibly versatile, thanks to the interchangeable strap and bracelet system. Each watch is sold with at least one strap and one bracelet, but some versions have three strap options. Shine models are two-tone and steel and are offered with or without diamonds on the bezel and hour makers. This is the timepiece for today’s woman who likes style and sophistication.
Recalling the famed dance that sets the night on fire, the Tango watches from Raymond Weil embrace the concept of luxury and fashion with rhythm and beauty. These round watches feature bold bezels (sometimes with diamonds) and offer a classic yet sporty appeal. The two-tone versions go with anything you are wearing and with every mood. Dials are guilloche with feminine patterns, but the sportier bezel still lets this watch wander from work to the gym with you with ease.