Richard Mille RM 67-02 is the ultimate watch for athletics In terms of performance-this metric is loved by watch nerds around the world-Richard Mille is not used to spending less. The manufacturer has long been known for its subtle appreciation of high-performance sports, so when they released two Olympic-themed versions last year, it seemed perfectly reasonable. Both are based on general-purpose, in-house made lightweight Richard Mille (Richard Mille) RM 67-01, 2017 RM 67-02 Sprint and RM 67-02 High Jump (respectively awarded by Olympic medal winners) Inspired by Wayde van Niekerk and Mutaz Essa Barshim) The World Athletics Championship is embodied in an indestructible timepiece that can withstand the pressure of the Olympic level.
Now, Richard Mille has returned to the eternal spring of professional sports by releasing another four RM 67-02 models, this time welcoming the new and demanding demands of tennis, skiing and Formula One racing In the field, the new RM 67-02s are equipped with the popular CRMA7 movement (internal movement with free spring balance and 50 hours of power), and has the distinguishing feature of easily becoming Richard Mille’s lightest online men watches to date . Ethereal 32 grams. Lightweight, comfortable, and more diverse in style than ever, we provide you with these “same but different” additional accessories in the emerging RM 67-02 series.
RM 67-02 Alexander Zverev Tennis
Inspired by the German professional tennis player Alexander Zverev (currently the youngest player in the top 10 of the ATP, winning the Masters 1000 championship twice), RM 67-02 tennis may be the best in the series of the same name Bold appearance. The carbon TPT layer is sandwiched between red quartz, which brings incredible wrist performance to Zverev; and when used with the yellow bridge and crown, it brings a clear hint of German color.
RM 67-02 Alexis Pinturault ski
The RM 67-02 special edition is inspired by the colors of French skier Alexis Pinturault. Pinturault is an expert in slalom and super G. He has 17 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup champions and won the bronze medal in slalom at the 2014 Winter Olympics. This Alpine-themed riff on the RM 67-02 makes good use of the TPT composite case and shows a uniform high level of finishing. The iconic spleen screw of Richard Mille’s team pierced the almost wood texture of the case; the white quality of the dial became the perfect platform on which to display countless bridges of the caliber CRMA7.
RM 67-02 Fernando Alonso F1 prototype
The RM 67-02 of the Spanish McLaren F1 driver Fernando Alonso is one of two prototypes currently being used in the Formula One circuit. Alonso’s RM 67-02 may be used as a test bed for future Richard Mille movements and chronograph-centric innovations. As it includes national and local equipment, Stand out from the other three versions. The color of the Spanish flag is wrapped in a spectacular blue by the strap and case, reminiscent of the Grand Duchy of Asturias of Alonso.
RM 67-02 Sebastian Ogla Rally
Richard Mille’s body is effervescent, a visually memorable tribute to Sébastien Oger (currently the world rally driver champion), which may be RM 67-02 The softest one in the lineup. Unlike the Pinturault RM 67-02, this version declares Oger’s French nationality in a less public manner, combining the external elements of the composite case with the tone of the skeleton movement by hand.