Driven to create a reliable watch to withstand the grueling demands of competitive sports, Richard Mille designed the RM 67-02, the lightest sports timepiece in its oeuvre.
Recently unveiled, RM 67-02 is not only extremely lightweight, it is also astoundingly versatile, a characteristic the horloger strived toward in order to offer a hallmark timepiece to its many brand friends and ambassadors in the world of sports.
Powered by the mechanical CRMA7 calibre, the watch, which comes in three versions, boasts exceptional resistance thanks to its white gold and Carbon TPT® rotor as well as the TPT®-composite case. Each variation comes with a hand-painted, grade-5 titanium dial that exhibits the national flags of some of Richard Mille’s partners, including Qatari high-jumper, Mutaz Essa Barshim and South African sprinter, Wayde Van Niekerk, who were the first to don an RM 67-02.
French skier, Alexis Pinturault now possesses a white Quartz TPT®-encased RM 67-02, equipped to brace the chills on the slopes. A carbon model rests on the wrists of Sebastien Ogier, the five-time World Rally champion and Pinturault’s compatriot. German tennis player, Alexander Zverev also owns a new RM 67-02 in Carbon TPT® and red Quartz TPT®.
Richard Mille’s acceleration into some of the most coveted sports is far from over with the RM 67-02, however. The Mansion is currently testing two prototypes, strapped to the wrists of Monaco’s Charles Leclerc and Spain’s Fernando Alonso, as they whiz the Formula 1 circuits.