RAYMOND WEIL, luxury Swiss watchmaker, proudly announces its new product collaboration with Gibson Brands, the fastest growing company in the music and sound industries, combining forces to create a very special nabucco timepiece that will be unveiled during Baselworld 2015.

Inspired by the self-tuning Gibson SG Standard, the special edition features four key design features and reinvents them on the dial of the timepiece. A majestic steel and titanium 46mm diameter case houses a black galvanic dial encircled by six grooves symbolizing the strings of the Gibson SG Standard and displays the Gibson logo and iconic emblem at 12 o’clock. The case is finished with a refined grey ceramic tachometer bezel. The nabucco inspired by Gibson has a bespoke RW5010 mechanical chronograph self-winding mechanism with a 46 hour power reserve and features twenty-seven jewels.

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nabucco, now the spearhead of the RAYMOND WEIL collections is a product that truly conveys and showcases the Swiss Brand’s ability to create watchmaking masterpieces. The range displays all the entrepreneurial credentials of its CEO, Mr. Elie Bernheim.

“We are proud to collaborate with such an iconic music brand as Gibson and to present a unique nabucco limited edition of 200 pieces honouring both music and high-end watchmaking”, declares Elie Bernheim, CEO RAYMOND WEIL.

Speaking of the partnership, Henry Juszkiewicz, Chairman and CEO, Gibson Brands said, “RAYMOND WEIL and Gibson Brands are the perfect combination of excellence and craftsmanship. We are delighted to be aligned with the nabucco line, exceptional timepieces inspired by the highest quality guitars.” 

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RAYMOND WEIL continues to take advantage of its status as a family-owned independent company. For the music-loving watchmaker, music drives and is at the heart of all of its partnerships worldwide.

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