Richard Mille RM 50-03, the lightest split-seconds chronograph ever made

The RM 50-03 Tourbillon Split Seconds Chronograph Ultralight McLaren F1 has two features: the world’s lightest split-seconds chronograph and the longest-named chronograph. We call it the RM 50-03 for short, and here’s what you need to know.

The RM 50-03 is the latest in a series of incredibly technical and powerful durable watches dedicated to the world of Formula 1, of which Richard Mille is now a longtime member.

The campaign was a fantastic stage for Richard Mille copy and the ultimate test of some of its most technical creations, many of which introduced high-performance material cases into the collection. Since its foray into the sport, the independent watch company has endorsed several F1 teams and signed several drivers as official ambassadors, and last year it announced a 10-year partnership with McLaren-Honda, And promises that the relationship will go beyond the watchmaker’s name plastered on the team’s cars.

Their first co-branded timepiece was the 50-03, a hand-wound tourbillon with hours, minutes, split-seconds chronograph with 30-minute totalizer, power reserve and Crown-controlled torque and function indicators. Oh, and it features a brand new shell material called Graph TPT.

Behind the scenes, the two manufacturers have been working on a new ultra-light and ultra-durable shell for this limited edition, turning to the University of Manchester’s National Graphene Institute and North Thin Ply Technology (NTPT) for expertise. The RM 50-03 is the first watch made with Graph TPT, a proprietary composite material obtained by infusing graphene-containing resin into layers of carbon fiber.

The watch weighs only 40 grams, including the strap, which is very light. This makes it officially the lightest split-seconds chronograph ever made, let alone a tourbillon. On the wrist, its presence is still felt in a major way. The watch measures 44.5mm x 49.65mm and is 16.1mm from top to bottom, so despite its heavy weight, it doesn’t shrink the violet – though you wouldn’t expect that would it?

Will RM fans be excited about this new material that looks and feels so similar to previous cases? It remains to be seen, but it sounds like a good option. replica watches price

A landmark year for BREMONT and British watchmaking

As 2021 draws to a close, we want to look back on one of our busiest and most ambitious years since Bremont fake was founded in 2002.

The year was filled with great excitement and great achievements. From the opening of The Wing in Henley-on-Thames, our manufacturing and technical centre in the heart of the English countryside, to the launch of our own movement collection, the ENG300, the fulfillment of our lifelong ambition to bring watchmaking back to British shores. The construction of The Wing It takes considerable patience, time and investment, but the 35,000-square-foot state-of-the-art mechanical watch manufacturing facility is a dream, and it represents yet another leap forward in British watchmaking on a scale not seen in the UK since the 1970s.

In addition to The Wing, we continue to expand our retail portfolio and this year we are proud to open 5 new branded boutiques in Shanghai, Manchester, Bluewater, Birmingham and Bristol – fueling our ambition and inspiring us to use brick Blocks tell Bremont’s story with passion and mortar across the globe. fake men’s watches

Our ambassadors and partners constantly test themselves and our watches beyond endurance to achieve greater excellence. From the Nirmal ‘Nims’ Purja MBE climbing 14 of the world’s highest peaks in record time, to the Rolls-Royce “Spirit of Innovation” breaking the world record for the fastest flight of an all-electric aircraft. Likewise, we celebrated the RFU’s 150th anniversary and had an exciting F1 season in partnership with the Williams team, which we were delighted to witness at Silverstone, joined by our good friend Harrison Ford.

We’re proud to work with so many exciting talents and brand partners that push us to create watches that challenge and inspire us, and there’s been no shortage of new releases this year. From the acclaimed Supermarine Chrono represented by our action ambassador, Jason Fox, to the elegant diamond-encrusted Lady K, inspired by the sailboats our fathers built for our mothers when we were kids. The desert-inspired titanium MB Savanna continues our successful partnership with Martin-Baker, with our watches subjected to the same rigorous testing program as flying ejection seats – play with our online MB configurator, Build your own custom MB for the holidays! And this fall, we are proud to introduce a limited edition Longitude,

We have demonstrated excellence and commitment to the development of UK manufacturing through investment, education and apprenticeships and we are delighted to have won the ‘Made in Britain’ award at the Walpole 2021 British Luxury Awards. Bremont was also named ‘British Watch Company of the Year’ at the WatchPro Awards and we are very proud to be awarded the Silver Armed Forces Covenant for our support of the Armed Forces and their families. It is an honor to receive these prestigious awards in a year that has been such an important milestone.

None of this would have been possible without you – thanks to our friends and customers who support and encourage us every step of the way. Our success belongs to you, and we have more to share with you as we look ahead to our 20th anniversary in 2022.

Stay safe and enjoy spending time with your loved ones this holiday season. We look forward to seeing you in 2022 and wish you all a Happy New Year and all the best. cheap BREMONT