Introducing the Richard Mille RM 11-03 McLaren Chronograph Replica Expensive

“Classic and classic” are not terms you would generally hear from anyone talking about Richard Mille Watches Why So Expensive Replica goods — notably people at the firm itself. Inspired by the philosophy of a whole focus on the performance-over-cost mindset borrowed from different sectors such as the world of Formula 1 racing, Richard Mille goods are all about pushing the envelope of possibility.Depending on who you ask, which push by Richard Mille is apparently equally in areas of technical mechanics, design, advertising strategy, and needless to say, pricing. Let us return to this particular limited edition of 150 bits RM 11-03, which again sees Richard Mille paying homage to Mr. Jean Todt of racing, Ferrari, and Formula 1 fame. The particular goal of the watch is on the other hand, being directly credited to celebrating the 50th anniversary of Jean Todt’s “career.” More specifically, such as many other luxury watches, this product is, in actuality, an authentic party trophy for Mr. Todt, his buddies, and fans (I wrote here why watches make the best trophies).The party is indeed for Mr. Todt (and Richard Mille) as opposed to the buyers themselves, but it is a tacit reminder by Richard Mille to its customers that “you ought to make or buy a watch once you too have such a celebration to understand.” It is well established from the luxury world that consumers (regardless of their funding degree) would be the most inspired to purchase something like watch when they’re seeking to commemorate something.

At the recent 88th Geneva International Motor Show, Richard Mille Watches For Ladies Replica and McLaren Automotive turned their partnership into something tangible with the RM 11-03 McLaren Automatic Flyback Chronograph, a limited edition that will be available only to a rarefied group of petrols heads, at least for now.

The watch will only be sold to owners of McLaren’s Ultimate Series, the carmaker’s uber-performance cars that now number just three models, the F1 and P1 – both long sold out – and the Senna P15 that just launched alongside the wristwatch but also already sold out.

Richard Mille having become the official watchmaker for McLaren in early 2016, with the first collaboration between the two being the million-dollar RM 50-03 McLaren F1 unveiled last year, which was a tie-up with McLaren Formula 1. The new RM 11-03, however, was conceived by the watchmaker and McLaren’s car making arm. Notably, the watches come on the back of McLaren’s split with TAG Heuer after a 30-year run. And in ironic twist, TAG Heuer also recently announced a partnership with Aston Martin, after Richard Mille’s association with the maker of James Bond’s ride came to an end in 2016.

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The two-year wait has resulted in a tremendously striking wristwatch that just shouts Richard Mille. Jointly designed by McLaren Design Director Rob Melville and Richard Mille engineer Fabrice Namura, the RM 11-03 McLaren is based on the stock second generation RM 11 but tweaked to include immediate references to the carmaker.

Measuring 44.50mm wide, 49.94mm in length and 16.23mm thick, the watch is lightweight due to the materials used for the case, a combination of two carbon composites exclusive to Richard Mille in timepieces: Carbon TPT and Orange Quartz TPT. Short for “Thin Ply Technology”, the material are ultra-light carbon composites made from layers of carbon and silica fibres layered at different angles to each other, creating the distinctive striped pattern when the block of material is cut.

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The titanium chronograph pushers are reminiscent of the McLaren 720S headlight, while a pair of titanium inserts modelled on the McLaren F1’s air intake snorkel are inlaid on the bezel at six and 12 o’clock. And the titanium crown is shaped like a McLaren wheel rim and covered in orange rubber.

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The movement is nearly identical to the RMAC3 found in the standard RM 11, with the same key specs: double barrels for a 55-hour power reserve, an annual calendar with outsized date as well as a flyback function. The base calibre is built by movement maker Vaucher, while the chronograph module (that also has an annual calendar) is courtesy of Dubois-Depraz, a complications specialist. What sets this movement apart is the fact that the base plate and bridges are in black-coated titanium for greater rigidity.

Price and Availability

Limited to 500 pieces, the Richard Mille RM 11-03 McLaren Automatic Flyback Chronograph is priced at SFr180,000. It is available only to McLaren Ultimate Series owners, and buyers of the Senna P15 will be able to choose a watch serial number that matches the number of their car (which is also limited to 500 pieces).