Richard Mille Sets New Record with Watch Unveiling

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Richard Mille has unveiled the highly anticipated final chapter in its groundbreaking collaboration with tennis icon Rafael Nadal: the RM 27-05 Flying Tourbillon Rafael Nadal watch. Representing the pinnacle of innovation and craftsmanship, this exceptional timepiece sets new standards for mechanical sports watches.

Weighing a mere 11.5 grammes and engineered to withstand accelerations exceeding 14,000G, the RM 27-05 Flying Tourbillon redefines the concept of lightweight luxury. Encased in Richard Mille’s signature tonneau-shaped case crafted from Carbon TPT B.4, a cutting-edge material developed in partnership with North Thin Ply Technology (NTPT), the watch boasts unparalleled strength and durability.

Powered by a version of the brand’s ultra-thin Calibre RMUP-01, the movement is seamlessly integrated into the monobloc case, eliminating the need for screws. The main plate and bridges, crafted from PVD-treated grade 5 titanium, ensure optimal performance and precision. The flying tourbillon, positioned at 5 o’clock, and the innovative flying mainspring barrel contribute to the watch’s impressive 55-hour power reserve.

Limited to just 80 pieces worldwide, the RM 27-05 Flying Tourbillon Rafael Nadal exemplifies exclusivity and sophistication. Each watch is priced at $1.15 million and comes with an elastic textile strap, enhancing both comfort and style.

With its groundbreaking design and unparalleled technical prowess, the RM 27-05 Flying Tourbillon reaffirms Richard Mille’s position as a leader in haute horology and sets a new standard for luxury timepieces.