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In 2010, Mille revolutionized the game by bringing the world's lightest mechanical watch, the RM 27, into the wrist of tennis's heaviest hitter, Rafael Nadal. "It wasn't easy at first to convince Rafa to wear a watch," Mille said. "He's known for being very specific about his preparation, what he wears and his game gear. He's sure he'll find watches distracting and uncomfortable. At Ancarlos' request, he finally agreed to meet [me] and try out the watch. When he did, he couldn't believe how light and comfortable it was. Of course, in his first year of wearing the Mille, he Going on to win the French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open helped him a lot. It's been his lucky charm since then, so to speak."
The RM 27 and its non-tourbillon infant sibling, the RM 35 Rafael Nadal, became the focus of more extreme experiments to reduce weight, increase shock resistance and maximize comfort. Miller said, “The goal was simple: I wanted Rafa to not even notice he was wearing a watch until he saw it. We looked at different case materials from carbon fiber to carbon TPT to quartz TPT. We found Ways to isolate the movement from all external shocks, we've even come up with new types of straps, from Velcro to what collectors call a 'loop' sports strap." Richard Mille RM 65-01 Automatic Split Seconds
From 2010 to 2020, Richard Mille pioneered the method of transforming mechanical watches into the ultimate sports performance tool, resulting in what I consider to be the most disruptive timepiece in recent years, the RM 67-02 introduced in 2017. If the first decade of Mille watches changed our perception of luxury materials with the introduction of titanium, carbon fiber, ceramic and quartz TPT, the second decade saw a more radical transformation of traditional watches, the RM 67-02, Has surpassed its category as the ultimate ultra-luxury hardcore sports watch. It's so light and so easy to wear that I wouldn't even call it a sports watch. To me, the RM 67-02 is pretty much a sports strap or a sports bracelet that just so happens to tell the time with the most stunning design and technically innovative dial on it. To fully understand the RM 67-02, you need to try it on first. Immediately, you'll feel like there's just a thin, almost weightless sweatband on your wrist, until you look down to see its gleaming multi-colored quartz TPT and aggressive carbon TPT uniform glow on your wrist.
Let's take a look at some of the important design elements expressed by this watch, launched in 2017. First, it was one of the first Richard Mille watches to revisit the classic size at 38.7mm wide and 7.8mm high. It's 47.52mm long, but because it doesn't have lugs, it doesn't fit much bigger than the Apple Watch. Sometimes people forget that at launch, the RM 67-02 was the lightest automatic watch in the world, weighing just 32 grams. That's an insane light, weighing no more than seven A4 sheets. The movement of the RM 67-02 is an absolutely stunning work of art. The Calibre CRMA7 features a fully skeletonized baseplate and grade 5 titanium bridges, but with a variable inertia rotor composed of carbon fiber arms and platinum mass. Due to how light the arm is relative to the weight of the perimeter, this rotor wraps very efficiently. The carbon arms also help eliminate hard impacts to the rotor assembly, which is what they dampen. The movement beats at a frequency of 4 Hz and provides a power reserve of 50 hours via a free-spring balance. Since the dial is integrated into the base of the watch, you can see all the internal mechanical elements, including the escape wheel at seven o'clock, the balance wheel at six o'clock to the left, and the skeletonized spring at 12 o'clock Box o'clock, which also allows you to measure the winding state of the mainspring inside. While this aesthetic is in vogue today, it should not be forgotten that Richard Mille was the first to create a cheap luxury watches in a modern skeletonized expression,
Inside the RM 67-02 is the Calibre CRMA7, which has a fully skeletonized baseplate and grade 5 titanium bridges, but the variable inertia rotors consist of carbon fiber arms and platinum mass
The case of the watch is a Mille V3 case, with aggressively prominent architectural extensions around the spline screws on the top plate and back case, which we first saw in the coveted RM 11-03. The top plate and back shell are made of quartz TPT or carbon TPT, and the middle shell is made of carbon fiber. The RM 67-02 is exclusive to the RM 27-03 Rafael Nadal's elastic strap, which is essentially an elastic movement loop and is very comfortable to wear.
Introduced at the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London, the RM 67-02 features green and yellow quartz TPTs and red and white quartz TPTs for South African sprinter Wayde van Niekerk and Qatari high jumper Mutaz Essa Barshim. Norwegian World and Olympic Biathlon champion Johannes Thingnes Bø, wearing a stunning and unique RM 67-02 Norwegian flag uniform, said: "It's the only watch I'll ever wear. For me, That's how slim and ergonomic the watch is. During my sports, I can't let the watch get caught on my rifle strap or hinder my movement in any way. The ultra-slim profile of the watch is perfect; also Weighing in at 32 grams. Time is a key factor in my movement, my 67-02, and I can track it while wearing - let's admit it - the coolest watch in the world on my wrist. "Non-professional athletes also love the sheer wearability of the RM 67-02. One of Singapore's top watch collectors using the Instagram name @santa_laura said, "Like everyone who loves watches, I fell in love with Richard Mille. But soon I started following the 67-02. Why? Because it's what you wear One of the few watches that you simply forget you're wearing anything. Very comfortable and easy to wear. Great for weekend sports when you're on vacation at a resort. I also love the different colors of this model, I All the colors are collected." replica Audemars Piguet ROYAL OAK watches
Nick Foulkes said: "The RM 67-02 is a fascinating watch because it's hardly a watch, because it's very light and very wearable. I initially thought it would feature a modern lightweight version of a watch, as much as a watch such as the [Rolex] King Midas, until my sons pointed out that it was more akin to the ultimate decorative music festival backstage bracelet — which happens to tell you the time and cost over $120,000 if you're lucky enough to be assigned one. Rest assured, though, It should let you do almost everything in the background; it will take you to the background of the world."
In 2018, the RM 67-02 was added in four more versions, including a red, black and yellow version in the colors of the German flag, then a black carbon TPT version with a blue sports strap for rally driver Sébastien Ogier, white quartz The TPT comes with a blue strap version for skier Alexis Pinturault, and a stunning blue quartz TPT version with yellow and red design elements and a blue strap for F1 driver Fernando Alonso. Together with the first two versions, this means the RM 67-02 is available in six different colourways, giving you ample opportunity to collect this model in depth. replica Jacob & Co. Astronomia Solar