Blending cutting-edge technologies with exotic materials, Richard Mille introduced its latest model, the RM 33-02, in a round case. The new model draws attention with its case form that is different from usual RM’s case style.
Richard Mille no longer considers himself a brand that appeals to people with a certain taste. The brand, which uses the highest artisanship and quality materials, wants to include everyone to the RM family who wants to experience the best in quality and originality as well as the meticulous ones, continues its experimental works without slowing down. In fact, Richard Mille, who likens himself to an automobile manufacturer, is ambitious enough to say that his product range includes choices from Formula 1 to GT or from a luxury sedan to 4x4, basically, an option that can be appreciated for everyone.
The latest version of the RM33, Richard Mille’s extra-slim, round case series, features more sportiness and higher technology. This model uses carbon TPT material on the front and rear surfaces of the case and 18K pink gold in the middle case. Remember, the watch’s case diameter is 45.7mm; it is large on paper but has an unexpectedly comfortable on the wrist. The case of the RM33-02 is equipped with sapphire crystals on both sides and is water-resistant to 30 meters. It is not possible to talk about any dial because the Grade 5 titanium bridges above the movement also act as a dial.
Equipped with an in-house developed micro-rotor automatic Caliber RMXP1, the model has a 45-hour power reserve. The platinum rotor wound movement has 29 jewels and operates at 21600vph.
The Grade 5 titanium stud screws, which we are accustomed to from other RM models, and the carbon surface pattern, which offers a unique look for each watch, maximize the emphasis on sportiness.
The model comes on a black rubber strap and titanium butterfly clasp.