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Raymond Weil Nabucco Cuore Vivo

May 11, 2012


Raymond Weil recently announced the new Nabucco Cuore Vivo chronograph with a dial cut-out that allows a view of the movement's going train, balance and escapement.

The round case is 46 mm x 15.85 mm and is made of matte titanium and polished steel, with a circular matte titanium and polished steel tachymeter bezel. Steel screwed-down crown fluted with RW logo and steel screwed down fluted pushers. The dial is galvanic black, with a central checkered motif pattern in the center. Applied luminescent indexes and 12 o'clock Arabic numeral with polished edges. Titanium counters at 3 o'clock (30-minute counter), at 6 o'clock (12-hour counter) and at 9 o'clock (small seconds). Visible balance and escapement wheels at 10 o'clock. Steel hour and minute hands with luminescent material. Blued steel b√Ęton second hand with glossy finish and blued counter hands.

Inside, is self-winding caliber RW5400, a chronograph movement with a visible balance and escapement. It has 29 jewels, a rate of 28,8000 vph (4Hz) and a power reserve of 46-hours. Functions include hours, minutes, small seconds (at 9 o'clock) and chronograph.

Sapphire crystal with double anti-reflective treatment. Screwed down case back with sapphire glass. Black rubber alligator style, with black stitching, equipped with a RW folding clasp in titanium, opening with a double push-piece security. Limited to 400 pieces. Water-resistant 200 meters.

Ref. 7830 TIR 00207

Retail TBD

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