The RM 21-02 Tourbillon Aerodyne by Richard Mille epitomizes precision and innovation with its groundbreaking honeycomb structure and ultra-lightweight materials.
Richard Mille’s all-new RM 21-02 Tourbillon Aerodyne stands out as a pinnacle of modern horological engineering, combining precision, lightness, and strength through innovative materials and architectural design. This exclusive timepiece outperforms traditional watchmaking boundaries, employing materials sourced from advanced engineering fields. The RM 21-02 Tourbillon Aerodyne is crafted on a complex honeycomb structure, with each cell meticulously machined and laser-welded, showcasing Richard Mille’s approach to microscopic precision and technical expertise.
In its quest for innovation, the black and white RM 21-02 features Carbon TPT and Quartz TPT for the bezel and caseback, respectively. Layers of carbon fiber or silica threads, each only 45 microns thick, are combined with resin matrices and woven to achieve a unique texture and exceptional mechanical strength. The case, water-resistant to 50 meters, is an embodiment of Richard Mille’s engineering ingenuity. It utilizes 20 spline screws made of grade 5 titanium and features abrasion-resistant washers in 316L stainless steel, ensuring robustness and durability. The RM 21-02 Tourbillon Aerodyne is not just a timepiece but a symbol of Richard Mille’s relentless pursuit of combining groundbreaking materials and architectural inspiration in watchmaking. View all luxury watches currently for sale on duPont REGISTRY Discovery by clicking the link below.
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