Details
CIRCA: 2010
CASE MATERIAL: Titanium
DIAMETER: 39 mm. wide, 48 mm. overall length
STRAP MATERIAL: Richard Mille rubber strap
DIAL: Skeletonized
MOVEMENT: Automatic
FUNCTIONS: Date
BUCKLE: Titanium Richard Mille double deployant clasp
WITH: Presentation box
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The present watch is believed to be the first example of this model to be offered at public auction, the appeal further enhanced by its extreme collectibility. The timepiece is part of a limited edition of 15 pieces made for the Ginza boutique in Tokyo, Japan.

Of extreme popularity, the RM010 has become throughout the years a highly-coveted timepiece by Richard Mille enthusiasts. Impressive and highly attractive, Richard Mille's RM10 is fitted with the automatic manufacture movement RM-AS7, produced and assembled at the renowned AP Renaud & Papi factory in Le Locle. It features a so-called rotor with variable geometry with the option of adapting the winding to the wearers activity level, such as sports or leisure. By adjusting the six-positional setting of the ribs placement, the rotors inertia is modified, either speeding up the winding process in the case of minimal arm and hand movements, or slowing it down when high activity sports are pursued.

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