In 2012 the Swiss company Raymond Weil introduced another masterpiece Nabucco Cuore Vivo, became a great addition to the collection of Nabucco, named after the famous opera of Giuseppe Verdi’s “Nabucco”.
After reviewing the luxury of pink gold model Nabucco Cuore Caldo, deep intense black color model Nabucco Rivoluzione, ease of titanium in a model of Nabucco Va ‘Pensiero, and finally, the perfection of the classics in the model Nabucco Inverso, Raymond Weil company produced “flavor” collection – a model of Nabucco Cuore Vivo Ref. TIR 00 207 7830.
The original dial design innovations designed so that no matter how “open” the heart and offers a walk through the curious eyes of perfect mechanics with lyrical lines.
Thanks to a special arrangement of the mechanism, the dial is open to the 10 o’clock position. This makes it easy to track the progress of the moving track of the balance and sophisticated trigger wheel. The whole mechanism is mounted in a 46-millimeter round case made of titanium and steel, which is also water resistant to 200 meters.
Framed by a titanium bezel with tachometer scale, opal black dial adorned with a model in the center of a checkerboard pattern, luminous indices and large Arabic numeral 12. Three silver chronograph function display located in the 3 o’clock position (30-minute light) in the 6 o’clock position (12 hours light) and at 9 o’clock position (indicator small second hand). At 3 o’clock position on the case is set down crown with protective overhangs, surrounded by the right and left buttons chronograph function.
Model Nabucco Cuore Vivo Ref. TIR 00 207 7830 based on an automatic mechanism for RW5400 manufactory with chronograph function, 46-hour power reserve and 29 stones. The body from the front side has a sapphire crystal with a two-sided anti-reflective coating.
The novelty comes on a black rubber strap with imitation crocodile, black stitches and a titanium folding clasp, engraved monogram on which RW.
Buy a model Nabucco Cuore Vivo Ref. TIR 00 207 7830 you can have the official representatives of Raymond Weil.