The Beatles make a comeback for fourth Raymond Weil Maestro watch


Raymond Weil will be hoping that its fourth limited edition Maestro watch, officially created in collaboration with The Beatles, will shoot to the top of the charts again.

Surprisingly, the 1970 song Let It Be is only the 20th best-selling single from the Fab Four, but is arguably the band’s most iconic anthem.


Raymond Weil has made the latest Maestro in a 40mm stainless steel case with The Beatles logo on a two-tone anthracite grey and beige dial at 9 o’clock.

The dial, with rose gold plated hands and baton indexes, is partially skeletonised, exposing the barrel, balance wheel and some gears of the Sellita automatic movement.

A smoked crystal case back also carries the official Beatles logo.

It is worn on a light brown, vegan, polyurethane nubuck leather-effect strap.

There are 3,000 of this The Beatles watch being made priced at £1,750.

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