Raymond Weil Watches

Raymond Weil Watches

Jomashop’s selection of Raymond Weil timepieces provides an accessible entry point to the world of luxury horology. From reliable everyday watches to premium keepsakes, there’s a wide selection of timepieces to gift to yourself or a loved one.

Raymond Weil altered the history of the Swiss-made watch industry by embracing both the craftsmanship of automatic watches and the advances of electronic quartz time-keeping. Crafted with the finest materials and a refined and timeless design, the company remains a cornerstone of the Swiss watchmaking industry.

A Family Legacy

Raymond Weil established his company at a time when the Swiss watch industry was facing a crisis. The advent of the modern quartz-powered watch was upending the traditional watch market with mechanical movements. But Weil had a vision. He aligned exacting Swiss craftsmanship and service with innovative technology to create more affordable luxury timepieces. Elie Bernheim, the grandson of Raymond Weil, now oversees the company, allowing Raymond Weil's legacy. It continues to be a flag-bearer for Swiss precision, quality, and expertise.

Attention to Detail

In 1999, Raymond Weil established an in-house research and development department to fully control the design process. By doing that, the brand can marry the traditional techniques handed down from one generation to the next with a continuous evolution in technology to ensure it remains a leader in the creation of precise instruments.

Raymond Weil puts its watches through over 350 assurance checks to maintain the highest standards of quality and production. The Freelancer collection is a great example of Raymond Weil's attention to detail. These watches have meticulously handcrafted open work dials, mother of pearl faces and Swiss-made mechanical movements. Because of this attention to detail and excellence, each Raymond Weil watch carries the exclusive Swiss-made label. 

Musical Inspiration

Throughout the history of Raymond Weil watches, the company’s timepieces have reflected the family’s love of music. One of its earliest collections was the Amadeus, named after the classical Austrian composer. The line launched in conjunction with Milos Foreman’s Oscar-winning film. What's more, Richard Wagner’s three-act opera was the inspiration for Parsifal, Raymond Weil’s heritage range for men and women. Watches in this collection feature high-quality materials such as mother of pearl and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal.

The Raymond Weil Maestro collection launched in 2015. It pays tribute to iconic musical artists and composers of the past and present. Encased in stainless steel with two-tone variations, the watch features some of the most technical mechanisms of the Swiss watchmaking tradition. Other musically-themed series by Raymond Weil include the classical Toccata collection and the bold Tango line. Each watch in both of these collections perfectly blends precise functionality and modern aesthetics.

Looking to the Future

After more than 40 years in business, the third generation of the family now leads the Raymond Weil business. Preserving the visionary spirit of entrepreneurial Weil, the company continues to evolve. New pieces from Raymond Weil include watches and chronographs in the Nabucco collection. Innovations like the introduction of carbon fiber material, a split-second chronograph with power-reserve indicator, and a visible balance wheel help maintain Raymond Weil's place in watch history.