The maestro skeleton in polished stainless steel features a 40mm diameter case revealing a perfect view of the automatic self-winding Swiss-made movement through the wide aperture on the dial. The balance wheel and open-worked spring barrel can be viewed via the front of the watch while additional details are visible via the sapphire case back including the decorated rotor and some of the 27 jewels within the mechanism. The movement is sealed between two sapphire crystal glasses. The silver galvanic dial features a display with blue steel hours, minutes, and central sweep seconds hands floating above a sea of mechanical parts in motion. Equipped with a 38-hour power reserve and water resistance up to 50 meters, this skeleton fuses tradition with innovation, proving to be a true masterpiece.
Launched in 2010, the maestro, meaning “master”, demonstrates the mastery of RAYMOND WEIL Swiss horology and celebrates the world of classical music and the esteem commanded by a grand personality, composer or conductor. This mechanical watch collection combines elegance and sophistication with innovation, featuring some of the most renowned technical complications of the Swiss watchmaking tradition.e crystals.