When it comes to highly-complex timepieces that embody luxury materials and design, the horologists at Richard Mille stand out as one of the most desirable watchmakers in the world. As secondary market prices continue to skyrocket because of exclusivity, collectors are willing to pay an astonishing premium to acquire a Richard Mille of their very own. Richard Mille is back once again to shock the watch world with a new model, featuring a lightweight construction that blends premium materials and architectural constructions. Richard Mille is proud to present the new RM 21-02 Manual Winding Tourbillon Aerodyne, showcasing the highest limits for watchmaking in all senses.
The tonneau case shape of the RM 21-02 is crafted from Quartz TPT, Carbon TPT, and Titanium, which displays a stunning green and orange colorway. A partially skeletonized dial configuration provides a close look at the inner workings of the movement, while power reserve and torque indicators stand out aside from its time-only functions. Being a true racing machine for the wrist, Richard Mille fits its newest model with an in-house Caliber RM21-01 tourbillon movement that is completely visible from a sapphire backcase. The outer portion of the green Carbon TPT backcase includes commemorative engravings that signify the extremely limited 50-piece release. Richard Mille achieves the ultimate sport feel by adding a black rubber strap that is easily interchangeable to change its look with additional color options. Although pricing has yet to be announced, the new Richard Mille RM 21-02 is sure to be one of the most desirable luxury watches of the year.
Source: Richard Mille