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Raymond Weil: Stinless Watches


From the boards… sorry I’ve been MIA. Had a conference to go to last week.

I have recently purchased a ladies Raymond Weil Parsifal watch for my wife. On closer inspection I noticed on the back plate that the word ‘Stainless’ is mispelt! It actually states ‘STINLESS’ This surprises me from a quality watch maker. It doesn’t affect the watch, but I’m wondering whether I should bring to RW’s attention or if it is so rare an occurance is it worth more money

Raymond Weil spelling error on new watch [Watchuseek]

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  1. I think you should bring that RW watch to a local RW authorized dealer store to make sure if that watch is genuine. RW usually inspects each watch 57 times. Therefore, they would not likely made that type of error.

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