Raymond Weil, a Swiss watch brand founded by a musician and in recent known for producing timepieces inspired by
legendary musical acts, unveiling its first Maestro Beatles Limited Edition in 2016. They have since released the two
other variations on that original watch, including an Abbey Road-themed edition in 2017. This year, Raymond Weil
concludes the series with its fourth edition, fittingly named for the Beatles’ final album, 1970’s Let it Be.
The watch, officially named the Maestro Beatles Let it Be Edition, frames in its 40-mm stainless steel case an
anthracite dial with a cutout resembling a topographical silhouette of the United Kingdom. Also, The rose-gold plated
hands are centers on where the city of Liverpool, the birthplace of the Beatles legend, would also appear on the U.K.
map. They also made the baton hour indexes rose-gold-plated; four of them appear in a group at the 4 o’clock
position, one for each member of the “Fab Four.” The official Beatles logo also appears at the 9 o’clock position,
parallel to the Raymond Weil logo at 3 o’clock.
They aslo emblazone the smoked sapphire crystal caseback with the official logo as well as a Limited Edition number
(out of 3,000 total pieces). However, Behind it beats the self-winding, skeletonized movement, which holds a power
reserve of 38hours and can also be glimpse through the cutout on the dial. The light brown strap is made of
polyurethane material with FSC-certified vegan leather, equipped with an “RW”-branded steel folding clasp with a
double-push security system.
However, The Raymond Weil Maestro The Beatles Let it Be Limited Edition is available now for $1,995
By Victoria E.I