Raymond Weil Nabucco Titanium

by · August 22, 2014

A few things define the Raymond Weil watches but those things make them stand out really well: a sleek design, a masculine approach to accessories and innovative, beautiful elements on their watches. The combination has made them one of the number one watch makers in the world, allowing them to gain international success although their company didn’t have the hundred year tradition many have out there. Actually, the watches only started being made in 1976, by Mr. Raymond Weil and have been passed to his son in law Olivier Bernheim together with his two sons.

Raymond Weil Men’s 7800-TCF-05207 Nabucco Titanium for mikesworld

This family tradition of well-made watches has come up with amazing collections such as Nabucco. Nabucco is a beautiful collection that has been known for introducing elements that are atypical to Raymond Weil watches, making it more distinctive and much more powerful through rugged elements. The watch in the picture was launched in 2007 and the name was inspired by the famous opera created by Giuseppe Verdi. This model definitely appeals more to connoisseurs not only because of its unique elements but also the approach in design. The watch can easily be considered more of a casual watch but with the right outfit it can complement a more formal wear. The design has been created with incredibly unique and sophisticated materials such as carbon fiber, titanium, rose gold and stainless steel combined with rubber.

Wearing this bold watch is definitely a cool fashion move on any man’s part so if you are a risk taker, you will definitely find the Raymond Weil Nabucco Titanium a great accessory.

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