Richard Mille RM11-03 Titanium

Richard Mille RM11-03 Titanium


The design and execution of the watch demonstrates a complete conceptual approach to the movement, case and dial.

As a result, everything has been constructed according to an extremely rigorous specification, in the manner of the analytical engineering methods used in the design of Formula 1 racing cars where the chassis and the engine are developed in complete harmony.

For example, a casing ring is no longer used and the movement is mounted on chassis mounting rubbers (ISO SW) fixed by 4 titanium screws. Features such as these are evidence of uncompromising workmanship. Machining the case of the RM 11-03 requires 26 hours for the settings and it takes 30 hours for a kit programming.


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