Richard Mille used hard diamond titanium for the RM 11-05 automatic winding flyback chronograph table Linnage standard time Richard Mille (Richard Mille) used an alloy called gray cermet, which claims to combine the lightness of titanium with the hardness of diamonds to make a new RM 11-05 automatic reverse Exciting chronograph GMT.
The properties of cermet have been used in bullet-proof, external aerospace fuselage components and brakes for racing vehicles.
The RM 11-05 automatic flyback chronograph GMT is housed in a 50 x 42.70 x 16.15mm case.
Its RMAC3 movement has a bottom plate and a bridge made of grade 5 titanium alloy, thus maintaining the integrity of the lightweight movement.
The skeletonized self-winding movement can drive 3 o’clock hours, minutes, seconds, oversized date, month, 9 o’clock flyback chronograph and 9 o’clock, countdown timer, 6 o’clock hour counter, UTC Functional and variable geometry rotor.