Daring to be different in every aspect of traditional watchmaking, Richard Mille continues to flip the script with its ever-popular line of exclusive luxury timepieces. As the market for Richard Mille examples increases each day, many of the most memorable models are now taking shape as true collector-grade pieces. Richard Mille is proud to once again defy the laws of watch design with its all-new RM 66 Manual Winding Flying Tourbillon. Where the Swiss watchmaker is well-known for incorporating skulls into its dial, the RM 66 derives its inspiration from the rock’n’roll era and the iconic devil’s horn hand signal.
The Richard Mille RM 66 Flying Tourbillon features a tripartite tonneau-shaped case made from machined carbon TPT, enabling the watch to be both ergonomic and comfortable. The completely transparent dial focuses in on the 5N red gold devil’s horn hand, with its intricate skull Tourbillon proudly place at the 12 o’clock position. Created by teams overseen by Olivier Vaucher, a renowned Genevan engraver, the openwork hand in 5N red gold is Microblasted, polished, and finished entirely by hand. The RM 66 is powered by Richard Mille’s in-house Caliber RM66 manual-winding Tourbillon movement with hour and minute functions. The all-new Richard Mille RM66 Flying Tourbillon comes fit on a comfortable black rubber strap and is currently available through an authorized dealer with a price upon request.
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