Richard Mille Introduces New RM 67-02
Delicate, light, colorful, elegant and sporty, the RM 67-02 is a watch for all occasions.
Once not a habit, Richard Mille has designed this watch so that it can be adapted from the beginning to the practice of different sports. That’s why several of the brand’s partners were given RM 67-02s in their respective national colors, a way of proving the functionality of this automatic movement on many fields beyond the athletics track. Now it’s the turn of RM 67-02 Alexander Zverev to face today’s new battlefield, the tennis court.
The world’s No. 3 ATP will test the resistance of his RM 67-02 Carbon Fiber TPT and Quartz TPT Red against repeated acceleration in tennis courts around the world that will resemble life-size laboratories. While Alexis Pinturault’s RM 67-02 withstood the severe cold on the ski slopes and the pounding of poles, the RM 67-02 designed for five-time world rally champion Sébastien Ogier accompanied the contrasting course of the Rally Argentina. But they both retain the mechanical beauty of the CRMA7 movement, combining the grade 5 titanium of the mainplate and bridges with the platinum and carbon TPT of the variable geometry rotor, with a superb finish. Adding to the uncluttered aesthetic of each flag, in addition to the comfort of the bracelet and the resistance of the case machined from the TPT composite,
To complete the wearability of its RM 67-02, Richard Mille cheap has added a new comfort strap. Overall, its enhanced elasticity allows it to fit the wrist perfectly, thus adapting to various body shapes. Two unique prototypes of the RM 67-02 are currently running on the Formula 1 circuit. Worn by rookies Charles Leclerc and Fernando Alonso, they allow the brand to currently test new technical solutions for its future models. Richard Mille hasn’t surprised us yet.