Richard Mille RM 69 erotic tourbillon watch
Richard Mille RM 69 erotic tourbillon watch is grandly launched. The most classic and tasteful erotic timepiece. Today, we show you the new Richard Mille RM 69 Erotic Tourbillon. Its name clearly shows the creativity that people desire to reveal our most secret intentions in all glory. After a playful and elegant interpretation of this exquisite watchmaking work, it will make shop owners feel happy and joyful, allowing them to display phrases that evoke the pleasure that people expect in a pleasant way, unlike what we have introduced here. Erotic tables such as Ulysse Nardin Chordin Estrik Ertika Jarotiyar. Since the advent of Jaquet Droz, erotic clocks have been an important part of the history of watchmaking. Because they undermine conservative moral, religious and political customs, these objects are often banned and confiscated. But like all forbidden love, their happiness is obtained from prying. Therefore, by hiding the complexity of the watches involved, certain models can be retained to this day.
The new Richard Mille RM 69 sexy tourbillon adopts a grade 5 titanium case and measures 50 mm x 42.70 mm x 16.15 mm. The grade 5 titanium used by Richard Mille is a biocompatible, highly corrosion-resistant and very hard alloy that allows the gear train to work easily. The alloy is 90% titanium, 6% aluminum and 4% vanadium. This triple tonneau-shaped case is completely curved, which makes the watch both ergonomic and comfortable, but it is time-consuming during the production process and requires a high level of quality control. The front and back curves of Richard Mille’s case are less concerned about its shape-tonneau, round, and rectangular. These curved bezels with unique shapes require extremely high precision and no stress on the metal. The triple case is water-resistant to 50 meters and is sealed by two Nitril O-rings. The case is assembled with 20 grade 5 titanium spline screws and wear-resistant washers made of 316L stainless steel.
Richard Mille copy collaborated with AP Renaud & Papi to develop a new movement called “Oracle”, which is the first in the new Richard Mille (Richard Mille) RM 69 fun tourbillon Appears in the watch. The complexity of Oracle is reminiscent of the prayer wheel in Tibet, which can display random statements due to the rotation of the three rollers.
In addition, the RM 69 movement uses a unique Richard Mille architecture. In this structure, the tourbillon and barrel are overlapped on the same shaft instead of being assembled face to face. This ensures that the movement is more compact and resistant to shocks, which means greater complexity can be integrated into the watch. The movement contains 41 jewels, a rapidly rotating barrel and a tourbillon with a diameter of 11.10 mm. When beating at a frequency of 21,600 vph, this manual wound movement provides 69 hours of power reserve. For fast-rotating barrels, this barrel has the advantages of 6 hours per revolution instead of 7.5 hours, which has the following advantages: It reduces the phenomenon of periodic internal spring adhesion, thereby improving performance and providing an ideal spring. And has an ideal power reserve/performance and regularity ratio.discount replica watch
The power reserve is displayed in a new hole at 4 o’clock in the form of a gauge powered by a planetary differential. The extraordinary power reserve obtained by using a simple barrel proves the brand’s pursuit of high performance for this original movement. Although this power reserve indicator is very discreet, if you do know that it has contrasting colors of red, white and yellow in its position, its design is perfect.
This complex mechanism occupies most of the surface of the movement and is activated by pressing a button at 10 o’clock at the request of the owner. Releasing the button will trigger the rotation of the grade 5 titanium roller. In order to facilitate reading the report, the button at 8 o’clock instructs the hour and minute hands to retract temporarily.
Richard Mille RM 69 Erotic Tourbillon pays tribute to the history of watchmaking and the creativity of future generations.