Notice as well that this can be “exclusively” that a “lefty watch,” which of course means the RM 70-01 is designed to be worn in your right wrist. This is due to the fact that the shape means that the crown isn’t likely to poke into your hands. This is especially an issue given the arm and hand position of a cyclist, where without a design such as this, a debilitating crown could be an issue. It was seen just how many people like this view and also happen to be those people who wear watches on their right, versus left wrist.While I’m not sold on this complication using too much of a long run, I think this new case design will be redeemed for future Richard Mille Watches South Africa Replica watches, and I look forward to trying it on for myself. I think it is a smart move for brands such as Richard Mille to court biking fans as another wealthy crossover area in which people who also like watches appear to hang outside. While we aren’t seeing car racing-inspired watches going away anytime soon, it sure feels great to find a bit more variety. With this expensive buy, Richard Mille wants to ensure that you will maintain their bicycle club using a “gift” that’s a limited edition Colnago C60 road bike (in matte black carbon fiber, of course). The Richard Mille RM 70-01 Alain Prost is a limited edition of 30 pieces, using a cost of $815,500 USD each.To telephone Richard Mille that a “luxury sensation” will most likely be accurate. The super high-end Swiss watch manufacturer likely considers this nearly $150,000 timepiece virtually glamorized given its most million-dollar-plus creations — and yet, so much of why Richard Mille as a watchmaker is popular is in this specific limited edition watch. At a captivating marbled white and blue case generated from Quartz TPT cloth — that the Richard Mille RM 11-03 Jean Todt 50th Anniversary timepiece is a salute to some friend of the brand as well as evidence that even high-luxury could be trendy.
The prototype of the Richard Mille RM 27-02 Tourbillon worn by tennis star Rafael Nadal will be sold for charity at the Only Watch auction in November 2015.
Introduced earlier this year, the RM 27-02 is the latest in Richard Mille‘s series of ultra-light wristwatches designed for Rafael Nadal. The tennis champion had on his wrist a prototype of the RM 27-02 during the 2015 tennis season, the very same watch that has been donated to Only Watch 2015, a charity watch auction raising funds for medical research. Worn by Nadal through all the Grand Slam tournaments of 2015, from the Australian Open in January to the US Open in summer (none of which Nadal won unfortunately), the RM 27-01 has a case made of a lightweight carbon composite with a distinctive layered structure. Also made of carbon composite, the base plate is a single piece with the case band, an unusual construction since these two components are separate in most watches.
|The base-plate integrated with the case band
The base plate, as well as the titanium bridges, is skeletonised, revealing the mechanics of the movement. It’s hand-wound with a 70 hour power reserve, and a tourbillon regulator visible at six o’clock.
The outfit Rafael Nadal wore at the 2015 US Open, signed by Nadal, will be sold with the RM 27-02 prototype. It’s one of 43 unique timepieces that will be sold on November 7, 2015, with all proceeds going to funding research into a cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.