Raymond Weil makes a splash with new sport chronograph


The 300 Progressive Chronograph has been added to Raymond Weil’s Tango Collection.

The watch is water-resistant to 300 metres and is designed to combine aesthetic appeal with ergonomic functionality.

Red hands and a rubber strap aim to emphasise a sporty and contemporary style and a blending of black and steel has been employed to ‘lend a note of refinement’.

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It has luminescent indexes and screwed-down gadroons on the bezel which are to highlight the signature design of the tango collection.

The timepiece features a date window between 4 and 5 o’clock and is also available in a steel version, with a blue or black dial.

According to Raymond Weil, the tango 300 has a ‘striking appeal, with performance and design that make it ideal for the dynamic man’.

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