Introducing: The Richard Mille RM 27-03 For Rafael Nadal
So what is diverse about this watch? Indeed, case-wise it’s essentially equivalent to past models, yet in altogether different tints. It’s made of super lightweight Quartz TPT (a combination of tar and silica) and measures 47.77mm x 40.3mm x 12.75mm. This time around the case is yellow and red, which should be suggestive of the Spanish banner for Nadal’s home country.
The Richard Mille RM27-03
The most prominent thing about this watch however is the new development that can withstand stuns of up to 10,000 Gs, which is a first for the watch world. Richard Mille performed broad stun tests on the watch, utilizing a pendulum sway analyzer, which is basically a mallet that swings at a power of 10,000 G directly into the watch. The extensions are made of titanium and the base plate is a skeletonized unibody baseplate made of Carbon TPT. Obviously there is a tourbillon at the focal point of everything and the force save is 70 hours.
The RM 27-03 is a restricted arrangement of 50 pieces and it retails for an easygoing $725,000. While the plan probably won’t be for everybody, you need to give Richard Mille props for coming up with a lovely cool and profoundly practical tourbillon development that can withstand such a power. You can peruse more about the RM 27-03 by visiting Richard Mille on the web .