The Raymond Weil Toccata collection symbolises graceful design aesthetics that are reminiscent of classical watches. The collection pays homage to the grand composers of yore, who created music that was moving, mesmerizing and masterful. Toccata breathes of simplicity and classical elegance that is quite typical and yet very refreshing. The word Toccata refers to a highly skilled piece of music that shows a master’s technique in the art of music. Similarly, these refined watches are a rendition of Raymond Weil’s expertise in watchmaking and the brand’s excellent tradition of producing virtuoso timepieces.
The quartz movement of the timepiece is housed in a stainless steel case and comes with a stainless steel bracelet that lends a sense of uniformity to it. The bezel and crown are also made of stainless steel, which adds to the consistency of the look. The dial is grey in colour and has indexes for the hour markers. A date display is located at 3 o’clock and a small seconds sub-dial resides at 6 o’clock. The time teller is 50 meters water resistant and is protected with a scratch resistant sapphire crystal.
The crown of every Toccata bears the Raymond Weil logo, which is a symbol of excellence in fine Swiss watchmaking. The brand draws its inspiration from musical compositions and promotes music around the world. Every timepiece crafted by Raymond Weil has a sense of musical grandeur that in unparalleled in its design and precision.
The clean black dial flaunts silver indexes and hands that create a beautiful symphony of contrast. The watch is powered by a highly precise Swiss-made quartz movement which is housed in a stunning steel case. The timepiece has a black strap that is made of calf leather and comes with a traditional steel buckle. A date display window is present at 3 o’clock and the watch face is covered with a sapphire crystal.
The stainless steel case combines with the clean look of the dial to create a Swiss masterpiece.
Crafted with the finest Swiss quartz movement, the Toccata is an emblem of sophistication.