Richard Mille Unveils New Titanium RM 65-01 Split-Second Chronograph
Richard Mille luxury graces the watch world with a new titanium chronograph.
As Richard Mille’s popularity in the luxury timepiece segment continues to grow, the Swiss watchmaker uses state-of-the-art design and movement technology to differentiate itself from all other brands on the market. Showcasing its drive to push the boundaries of automatic timepieces, Richard Mille is proud to present the new Titanium RM 65-01 Split Seconds Chronograph. The new RM 65-01 is housed in a lightweight 44.5mm square case in titanium with a colourful chronograph dial layout. With a close focus on motorsport, Richard Mille has adopted a dial design similar to the steering wheel style of an F1 racing car and added features to help track the perfect lap time. The transparent dial allows you to gain a deeper insight into the inner workings and pay attention to the details of the highly complex movement.
Powering the titanium RM 65-01 is Richard Mille’s in-house RMAC4 skeleton self-winding movement. Movement functions include hours, minutes, seconds, date at 6 o’clock, split-seconds chronograph with 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock, 12-hour counter at 9 o’clock, function selector , fast winding and variable geometry rotor. The movement offers an impressive 60 hours of power reception while maintaining 50-meter water resistance. The transparent caseback has an inscription on the outside to denote a special Richard Mille edition. Combining the functional aspects of the RM 65-01, Richard Mille added a comfortable black rubber strap with a matching titanium folding clasp.