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Raymond Weil Parsifal Quartz Classic Diamond 30mm Women's Watch [5180-SPS-00995]

Parsifal Quartz Classic Diamond

Two-Tone, 30mm, Date
Get it by Oct 18
In stock
  • Warranty

    2-year International Warranty from Raymond Weil

  • Movement


  • Diamonds

    56 diamonds

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    Why Shop At Troverie

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A reimagination of the legendary collection

The key features of this reinvented Parsifal include the emblematic gadroon bezel, classic two-tone steel and 56 diamonds. With a contemporary matte mother-of-pearl dial, the crown is embellished with a blue lacquer, adding a subtle pop of color to this timeless design.

Nearly three decades after its inception, Raymond Weil’s iconic Parsifal collection returns in 2018, this time with a Swiss quartz movement. First launched in the early 90’s, this heritage range for him and her has been reimagined by the luxury Swiss watchmakers, adding a modern twist. Inspired by Richard Wagner’s last opera, Parsifal, this revisited collection of men’s and ladies’ timepieces are the perfect accumulation of horology, classic aesthetics, and accessible luxury. Parsifal once again shows Raymond Weil’s deep attachment to its roots, and desire to preserve tradition as a source of inspiration – while, at the same time, refining the key design elements such as the curved outlines and sophisticated cross link bracelet which have forged the powerful identity of this symbolic collection.

Dial Color
White Mother of Pearl
Case Back
Case Material
Stainless steel with yellow gold PVD plating
Case Thickness
Stainless steel folding clasp with double push-security system
Strap Material
Stainless steel with yellow gold PVD plating
Band Type

Timepieces Inspired by The Arts & Music

In 1976, Mr Raymond Weil decided to found his own company and turn his vision of what Swiss watchmaking should be into actual timepieces that would bring a new dimension to the industry. Mr Weil’s creations were immediately praised by watch enthusiasts – amateurs and connoisseurs alike.