Raymond Weil 8260-ST3-20001
Tango 300 Men’s Steel Blue Diver Quartz Watch
42 mm, stainless steel case with anodized blue aluminum bezel
Raymond Weil 8260-ST3-20001 Tango 300 steel men’s blue diver watch features a 42mm diameter stainless steel case with anodized blue anodized aluminum unidirectional rotating bezel. The black dial includes a date window at 3 o’clock and luminous indexes and hands, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal to complement the bracelet style which is secured with a double-push safety folding clasp, 300 meters water resistant.
The stainless steel tango 300 is equipped with a Swiss quartz movement and is the perfect timepiece to explore the ocean’s depths, courtesy of its impressive 1000 feet water resistance. Combining elegance with functionality, the unidirectional bezel upholds the tradition of diving watches.
The tango collection embodies the passion that RAYMOND WEIL, the Swiss watchmaker, puts into achieving timepieces of both aesthetic sensuality of design and rhythmic perfection. With its refined and modern design, this contemporary collection appeals to both men and women. Featuring a quartz movement, the gents’ timepieces boast a sober and refined style while the ladies’ models are graced with mother of pearl and diamonds. Distinctive style with a balance of proportions, the tango watch has a distinguishing signature bezel featuring six decorative screws. Functionality marries with sensual design, making this a watch worn to suit any occasion.
About Raymond Weil
Raymond Weil Genève is a Swiss luxury watchmaker, founded in 1976 in Geneva. A family company founded by Raymond Weil and Simone Bédat.
The RAYMOND WEIL Brand brings together all the elements of excellence of the Swiss luxury watchmaking industry. Precision, quality, reliability, nobility and technical nature of the materials are many standards that the Geneva-based Brand combines to create its models. This know-how confers RAYMOND WEIL its watchmaking legitimacy.
Precision and attention to detail set the tone throughout the creation process.