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Raymond Weil is one of these dependable producers of such classic, quality watches that are reliable, accessible, and affordably priced, and which don't get their fair share of press because, well, reliable and accessible just isn't as exciting This month, the brand launches two new pieces in its top-selling Raymond Weil Parsifal collection Raymond Weil also retained the theme of dancers in its advertising for the fall, a signature of Parsifal marketing campaigns in the past.
Raymond Weil says its "Sell-through" on mechanical versus quartz watches is roughly the same, with the key objective being to offer quality at reasonable prices Based in Geneva, the brand recently announced it would no longer exhibit at the Baselworld fair, and when asked what its plan was going forward in terms of meeting with dealers and media, the company gave the following response: "We have reviewed our strategy following the watchmaking industry development to focus on exclusive events during the full year to be closer to our customers We will have local events in our different markets in order to have a closer approach to our markets and meet regularly with our network and customers.
Special events will also be organized with our partners to show them our main stories and novelties For example, Raymond Weil participated in the WatchTime fair in New York at the end of October." Raymond Weil watches have an average price of around $1,500 with a core range between $700 and $3,000 There are seven Parsifal ladies' models, priced between $1,295 and $1,995, and five Raymond Weil Parsifal men's models priced between $1,395 and $1,595. Source
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