Raymond Weil has introduced a progressive chronograph – Tango 300 that is water-resistant to 300 meters. This attractive new chronograph from the tango collection combines artistic appeal with ergonomic functionality.
The blending of black with steel lends a note of refinement, while the red hands and rubber strap emphasize its sporty, contemporary character. The luminescent indexes and screwed-down gadroons on the bezel highlight the signature design of the tango collection.
The timepiece features a date window between 4 and 5 o’clock and is also available in a steel version, with a blue or black dial. The watch has a striking appeal, with performance and design that make it ideal for the dynamic man. The watch features a quartz chronograph movement and has a round PVD plated stainless steel case measuring 43 mm in diameter.
Swiss watchmaker Raymond Weil belongs to the limited circle of independent family companies creating elegant and refined watches for men and women. Founded in 1976 and now under the leadership of the founder’s grandson, Elie Bernheim, the Geneva-based Company continues to develop and consolidate its status among the leading names of the Swiss watch industry.
With 40 years of experience, Raymond Weil benefits from Switzerland’s centuries of carefully handed-down watchmaking skills and know-how. Precision, quality, reliability, nobility and technical nature of the materials are many standards that Raymond Weil combines to meet the prerequisites of the much sought-after Swiss made label.
From its early beginnings, Raymond Weil has been imbued with a deep affinity for music and the Arts. The Swiss watchmaker composes its timepieces the way musicians compose their chef d’oeuvres and demonstrates its musical and artistic influences through its various collections. Music drives the Brand’s creativity and is also at the heart of all its partnerships worldwide with renowned artists, iconic music brands, emblematic concert halls, awards ceremonies and music-related charities.