Steel and titanium
Cello Tourbillon



This timepiece is RAYMOND WEIL's first tourbillon skeleton.

It offers design features that remind of a cello: hands formed in the shape of a bow, five lines of the musical stave represented in the grooved bezel. The most striking feature is the four tiny strings stretched across the dial of the watch combining with the f-hole shaped bridges to create the illusion of an instrument in miniature. Made of  titanium, carbon fibre and stainless steel, it shows a very airy design despite a 46mm diameter. This timepiece is sold with its custom designed box.

nabucco Cello Tourbillon: watchmaking expertise and cutting-edge creativity.

Technical datas

Reference 1842-BSF-20001
Size gents
Collection Nabucco
Shape round
Movement mechanical with manual winding and tourbillon at 6 o’clock.
Power reserve 105h
Movement caliber height 6.26
Case material titanium and stainless steel with black PVD hard coating, and carbon fiber
Case size 46
Case thickness 12.95
Case back screwed-down, with sapphire crystal
Water resistance 200 m, 660 ft, 20 atm
Crystal sapphire with antiglare treatment on both sides
Dial black with indexes and cello string decoration
Crown screwed-down, with adjustable RW logo
Bracelet/Strap genuine crocodylus niloticus
Clasp titanium folding clasp with black PVD coating and double push-security system

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