Raymond Weil Champagne Rivoluzione Ii Series Watch

This year, Raymond Weil’s iconic Champagne (nabucco) series of watches is returning strongly. This new chronograph watch exudes super power and extraordinary charm, with a proportion of architectural sense, inspired by the famous opera ‘nabucco’ written by Giuseppe Verdi, continuing The brand’s consistent watchmaking philosophy. Raymond Weil also used a ceramic bezel for the first time, reinterpreting the city of Champagne with a bold design, and carefully created this watch with a distinguished shape and distinctive features.

  In 2007, the Champagne City series was unveiled under the leadership of the third generation of the Raymond Weil family. This series is powerful, noble and elegant, and it has attracted watch connoisseurs of different cultural backgrounds around the world. The Champagne City watch not only has a distinctive and stunning temperament, but also has a hint of indifference, which makes it always at the forefront of the trend and its influence is undiminished.

  With a newly designed case, a carefully crafted dial, and a chic bezel, the Champagne Rivoluzione II watch combines Swiss watchmaking with superb technology, sophisticated materials and advanced technology to perfectly show its noble temperament. Carbon, titanium, and ceramics for the first time add a gentle, modern charm to the collection. Among them, the ‘all black’ version is embellished with dark red decorative chronograph hands, calendar display and rubber strap stitching. Its elegant and distinguished design complements precise materials. As one of the signature elements of the Champagne City series, the 12 o’clock position of this watch is the only digital time scale on the dial. Adhering to the essence of previous generations, the new Champagne City watch perfectly retains the speedometer on the ceramic bezel. The three auxiliary dials are placed at 3 o’clock (30 minutes), 6 o’clock (12 hours) and 9 o’clock. (Small second hand) position, the round date display window is located between 4 and 5 o’clock, and the protruding buttons show the unique charm of this 46mm watch.

  Music is the source of inspiration for Raymond Weil’s creation. In order to strengthen the connection with music, the brand and audio expert SENNHEISER collaborated across boundaries to show Raymond Weil’s watchmaking and music to watch lovers around the world. The endless love of the company fully meets the requirements of customers chasing perfect accuracy, inner emotion and reliable performance. The Champagne Rivoluzione II watch will be packed in a unique gift box, equipped with high-quality sound headphones, and is bound to become famous.

  About Raymond Weil

  Founded in Geneva in 1976, RAYMONDWEIL is one of the few family-owned independent watch brands in the world today. Originating from Geneva, a long-established watchmaking center in Switzerland, focusing on the use of high-quality materials and delicate and pure watchmaking technology, RAYMONDWEIL has created exquisite timepieces that combine elegance and modern elements, and enjoys speciality in the field of fine watchmaking. Status.
  Music has always been regarded as the essence of RAYMONDWEIL. The brand has created many collections of music-related watches: nabucco and parsifal named after famous operas, or maestro and jasmine with rich musical connotations. At the same time, RAYMONDWEIL continues its commitment to music, becoming the official timing partner of iconic music venues, sponsoring top music festivals and music platforms, and fully supporting music charity.
  Emotional expression, precise craftsmanship, excellent performance: This is the commonality between watchmaking and music, and it is also the brand value that RAYMONDWEIL is willing to share with consumers around the world.

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