The Parsifal collection by Raymond Weil was named after Wagner’s final opera. There’s no denying the mystical appeal of this symbolic collection of timepieces. The Parsifal was originally released 20 years ago, and its return to Baselworld 2010 was a much anticipated event. This line of watches re-confirms Raymond Weil’s dedication to remaining true to their convictions. The designs stay true to the original plan, utilizing that initial blueprint, and improving on it. Featuring deep black dials paired with soft rose gold bezels, create the luxurious appearance of the Parsifal. The hours are marked with elegant Roman numerals, which give these watches old world appeal. The mechanical movements have been enhanced to now offer a 42 hour power reserve, as well as an easy push button control for the chronograph features. There’s no mistaking the Parsifal’s refined and sophisticated looks. No detail was overlooked when creating these watches. The straps are all genuine full skin alligator, which has been finished with a saddle stitching. The innovation behind the new Parsifal is ingenious, but the look of these watches is where you will see Raymond Weil’s talent truly shine. Taking classic lines and elements, and altering them in such a wonderful fashion…that’s what makes the new Parsifal watches irresistible.
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