Baselworld 2010: Raymond Weil Nabucco Va Pensiero Chronograph Is a Symbol of Freedom

Raymond Weil Nabucco Va Pensiero Chronograph is yet another watch that you might want to look out for at the Baselworld 2010. It is classic, beautiful and still futuristic. It exudes a sort of brilliance that you possibly can’t ignore. Raymond Weil Nabucco Va Pensiero Chronograph is a stylishly-designed and highly-functional watch that you cannot stop admiring.

The watch is made of sandblasted titanium and the name is taken from “Va, pensiero, sull’ali dorate” chorus from Verdi’s opera “Nabucco”. The watch is being touted as a symbol of freedom and independence.

If you have a spouse or a partner who is prying on your privacy all the time, you might wear this watch as a sign of rebellion. The watch is protected by scratch-resistant synthetic sapphire crystal. It has a case that measures 46mm and is just right!

The tachymeter-scale bezel helps you to calculate speeds. There is also an amazing RW monogram and the watch comes with a water resistance of up to 200 meters. The dial is peculiar in terms of structure and texture. There is no information about its price or availability.

Baselworld 2010 is scheduled from 18-25 March.

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