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Posted by Danielle Harvey on 20 May 2020
Renowned timepiece brand Raymond Weil is pleased to announce the re-launch of the iconic Don Giovanni Così Grande, which will make the perfect big-day accessory for the groom and his groomsmen.
A decade since its initial release and as a celebration of the Swiss Watchmaking Maison's historic and musical roots, just 20 units of the Don Giovanni Così Grande will be available worldwide, exclusively online at the Raymond Weil e-boutique.
This relaunch comes at a time stability is needed more than ever; it's a symbol of endurance as time is a constant. Its regulator design shows how style perseveres and the automatic movement will always continue to tick on into the future.
As a reminder to the brands' contribution to music worldwide, Raymond Weil are donating 10% of sale proceeds to their UK Official Charity, Nordoff Robbins with whom Raymond Weil has worked with for many years and is the UK's largest independent music therapy charity.
Leather strap and stainless steel bracelet versions are available, both at £3,995 from www.raymond-weil.co.uk
About the Don Giovanni Così
The robust rectangular layout measures a generous 50 x 38 mm in case size, with two offset dials. The top reading minutes with a unique visual perspective drawing your eye to an hour window located at the top of the face. The bottom dial contains the running seconds indication. The figure eight dial layout is complimented by the organic curves of the stainless steel case. The hour display, is known as a "digital jumping hour". This means that the hour hand is replaced by a large window, located at 12 o'clock, for an extraordinary reading of time. This particularity was achieved thanks to a mechanical movement with automatic winding, the caliber RW 1400, equipped with a disc that displays the hours.