In 2010, Raymond Weil launched the maestro (meaning “master”) collection. It was a line of watches that demonstrated the brand’s mastery of Swiss horology, at the same time celebrates the world of music. And in the world of rock bands, no other group impacted the world as the Beatles. Raymond Weil has previously released three Beatles-themed watches, the last one, “Sergeant Pepper’s”, was a 40 mm watch with the iconic drum logo at the centre of the grey dial.
This year, Raymond Weil releases the fourth installation of the maestro The Beatles timepiece: “Let It Be”.
For the first time, the maestro limited edition is adorned with a skeleton movement, revealed by a subtle, UK-figurative cut-out. In keeping with the previous “Sergeant Pepper’s” maestro The Beatles, the light brown nubuck-effect strap boasts FSC-certified vegan material. A self-winding timepiece with a 38-hour power reserve, created in celebration of the UK and its legendary band.
The anthracite dial with its rose gold plated indices has a unique cutout to reveal the mechanical self-winding skeleton movement. At 9 o’clock, the logo of The Beatles is positioned, opposite Raymond Weil’s logo at 3 o’clock. The indication at 4 o’clock has four baton indices, representing each member of the band. The logo of The Beatles can also be found on the transparent case back.
The “Let It Be” edition is limited to 3,000 pieces.