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Raymond Weil

Raymond Weil

In the 1970s and early 1980s, the watchmaking industry experienced a revolution like never before. Named the quartz crisis, mechanical watches were rapidly being replaced by the rise of quartz watches. The newfound popularity of quartz watches greatly harmed Swiss watchmakers, who were determined to only manufacture mechanical watches. During this crisis, Raymond Weil launched his own company to protect the future of Swiss watchmaking. His efforts resulted in a plethora of critically acclaimed timepieces inspired by music. From well-known collections like Amadeus and Saxo to the more niche Toccata and Othello collections, Raymond Weil fused refinement, precision, craftsmanship, and modernity to construct each timepiece. Much like a magnificent composition, Raymond Weil watches aren’t complete until every feature is working together in perfect harmony.