The new Richard Mille RM 67-02 Editions brings peculiar colors into ultra-light packaging
Richard Mille (Richard Mille) latest lightweight products launched some beautiful weird colors this fall.
To be fair, we will never be surprised by Richard Mille’s weird colors. In the green Yohan Blake model, almost Ronald MacDonald’s Rafael Nadal watch RM 27-03, and countless other bold creations over the past few years, Richard Mille is no stranger to the premise of “go home boldly” from a technical perspective. In this latest edition, the brand RM 67-02 Editions has created three limited edition models that will add luster to the wrists of world-class athletes. The RM brand is polarized, and this is once again a feat for RM, because these watches will assume strict responsibilities behind the wheels of tennis courts, ski resorts and one of the fastest competing World Rally Championship champion cars.
First of all, RM 67-02 is an impressive creation, regardless of its color palette. Simple only chronograph movement, its skeleton bridge and main board made of grade 5 titanium have an excellent finishing level. Various DLC finishes can be used to provide the required contrast between components, and the transparent Incabloc shock absorber can be used to significantly protect the movement. Using a lightweight fabric strap, the entire watch weighs only 32 grams. After testing/trying on the first example of 67-02 released last year, this light-weight brightness is hard to get your brain engrossed until you experience it for yourself. As an interesting comparison, there are more grams of sugar in 12 ounces. The can of Coca-Cola (39 to be precise), more than the grams of this watch is titanium and composite materials.popular swiss watch brands
These will not be limited editions, but mass production models, although it is known that these new versions of replica Richard Mille will undoubtedly be in short supply. The first example of German tennis player Alexander Zverev used a mixture of carbon fiber TPT and red quartz TPT in the sandwich case structure. World rally car champion Sebastien Ogier (Sebastien Ogier) uses a case made entirely of carbon fiber TPT with a contrasting royal blue strap, while the French skier Alexis Pindurot’s case is made of white quartz TPT on the front and back, in contrast to black quartz TPT.