Richard Mille graces the watch world with a new titanium chronograph.
As the popularity of Richard Mille continues to grow in the world of luxury timepieces, the Swiss watchmaker incorporates state-of-the-art design and movement technology to separate itself from all other brands on the market. Embodying its drive to push the boundaries of automatic timepieces, Richard Mille is proud to present the new Titanium RM 65-01 Split-Seconds Chronograph. The new RM 65-01 presents a lightweight 44.5mm square case design crafted from titanium that features a colorful chronograph dial layout. With its close dedication to motorsports, Richard Mille includes a dial design similar to the styling of an F1 race car steering wheel with added functions to help track perfect lap times. The transparent dial allows for a closer work at the inner workings and attention to detail of the highly-complex movement.
Delivering power to the titanium RM 65-01 is Richard Mille’s in-house RMAC4 skeletonized automatic winding movement. The movement functions include hours, minutes, seconds at 6 o’clock, date, split-seconds chronograph with a 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock, 12-hour counter at 9 o’clock, function selector, rapid winding, and variable-geometry rotor. The movement provides an impressive 60-hour power receive while holding a functional 50-meter water resistance. The transparent backcase includes engravings on the outer portion to signify the special release from Richard Mille. Tying into the functional aspects of the RM 65-01, Richard Mille adds a comfortable black rubber strap and matching titanium folding clasp. The all-new Richard Mille Titanium RM 65-01 is currently available through an authorized dealer for $305,000. Check back into duPont REGISTRY Daily for more luxury watch news and releases.
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