Brand: Richard Mille
Reference Number: RM 67-02
Model: Van Niekerk Quartz TPT
Case Material: Ceramic
Bracelet Material: Fabric/Felt
Watch Closure Material: Velcro
Watch Crystal: Sapphire Glass
Watch Dial: Transparent. In grade 5 Titatinum, DLC treated and hand painted
Rotor: TIn Carbon TPT and white gold
Watch Movement: Automatic
Movement Dimension: 28.40 x 31.25 mm
Thickness: 3.60 mm
Number of Jewels: 25
Balance: CuBe, 4 arms and 4 setting screws
Moment of Inertia 7.50 mg•cm2, angle of lift 50°
Frequency: 28,800 vph (4 Hz)
Balance Spring: AK3
Power Reserve: Circa 50 hours (+/- 10%)
Shock Absorbers: incabloc 908.22.211.100(transparent)
Includes: 24 Months Brilliance Jewels Warranty
Richard Mille Box, Extra Strap, Box for Extra Strap, Papers of Authenticity
ABOUT THE ITEM:
The watch Richard Mille Rm67-02 Van Niekerk Spline screw in grade 5 titanium for bridges and the case. Quartz TPT was chosen for the RM 67-02 bezel and caseback. Quartz fibers are generally used for very high-performance application due to their resistance to high temperatures, automatic skeletonized winding movement with hours and minutes. Case in Quartz TPT Rotor in Carbon TPT and white gold. Richard Mille Van Niekerk Quartz TPT Watch Dial in grade 5 titanium, DLC treated and hand painted. RM67-02 Power reserve circa 50 hours. Movement dimensions: 28.40 x31.25 mm. The brand Richard Mille Van Niekerk Quartz TPT developed this new elastic strap, known as ‘comfort’ band.
Quartz TPT® was chosen for the RM 67-02 bezel and caseback. Its remarkable surface displays extremely regular striations, as they are composed of many layers of parallel filaments obtained by dividing silica threads.
Quartz fibres are generally used for very high-performance applications due to their resistance to high temperatures, their strength, and their transparency to electromagnetic waves.
These layers, with a maximum thickness of 45 microns, are impregnated with two new resins developed specially for Richard Mille, yellow and green for Wayde’s native South Africa.
They are then compiled on a special machine that modifies the orientation of the fibres between each layer by 45°. Once it has been heated to 120°C and subjected to a pressure of 6 bars, the material is then ready to be processed on a CNC machine in Richard Mille’s ProArt case factory.
Can be polished on request
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