Richard Mille (Richard Mille) RM 35-02 Rafael Nadal Quartz-TPT Watch

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Richard Mille (Richard Mille swiss) is usually rich in colors, always high-tech and very expensive. This new Richard Mille RM 35-02 Rafael Nadal quartz-TPT shocks us again . Richard Mille (Richard Mille) chose the preliminary round of the French Open to announce one of its most famous and iconic watch series, Rafael Nadal, as the tennis champion And the latest work of the brand ambassador. In addition to the dazzling colors and exotic case materials, this model is also known as the first automatic watch in the series.

Since “quartz” is used in the name, it may be necessary to notice in advance that this is a mechanical watch, just in case you have never heard of Richard Mille, and despite showing images of back and forth movement Confused, . Quartz refers to the material of the case. This is not the first time minerals have entered the Richard Mille case-for example, see this bright red RM 011 watch. This material is produced by a company called NTPT (Northern Thin Layer Technology), and the case is processed in Richard Mille’s ProArt factory that we visited, where almost all brands of case and some base plates, bridges and others The components are manufactured here. produced. You can see that the white high-gloss layers on the case are stacked together, which is undyed quartz, and the red color is also achieved by the resin developed by NTPT. Richard Mille (Richard Mille) claims that this material “can withstand accelerations of up to 5,000 grams.” Note that although they do subject all prototypes to extensive shock and drop testing, you may not want to test the 4,999g Richard Mille RM 35-02 Rafael Nadal Quartz-TPT.

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The RMAL1 movement can be seen from the dial side, and for this series, this is also the first time to see through the anti-reflective sapphire crystal case back. I personally hope Richard-Mille-money very much. From every aspect, you can admire the RMAL1 movement, its grade 5 titanium alloy base plate and bridge have been wet sandblasted and PVD/Titalyt treated, and-just like Nadal before the upcoming race -“Stretched to ensure the highest rigidity and an impeccably smooth surface.”

Through the bottom cover, you can see the brand’s patented variable geometry rotor, whose winding efficiency can be adjusted (adjusted by the watchmaker) to suit the user’s general activity level. For Nadal, it is likely to be the least entangled in the most conservative environment. With a power reserve of approximately 55 hours, the variable inertia (there are many “variables”…) the balance wheel runs at a frequency of 4Hz, while the dual barrel system is designed to increase torque stability and improve long-term performance. Richard Mille’s anti-counterfeiting material does not specify any specific accuracy statement.

Richard Mille (Richard Mille) most watches (are they?) seem to be made of lightweight exotic materials; sports avant-garde design; and unlimited cutting-edge watches, Rafael Nadal (Rafael The Nadal series most famously embodies these characteristics. Since the launch of the first Rafael Nadal series watch RM 027 in 2010, the focus has obviously been to meet the needs of professional tennis players during the game (even the lightweight G-Shock may be able to tell the time instead of time), but this is neither mechanical Yes, it’s not cool)-Rafael Nadal did wear these watches during the game…Yes, he did break some of the early RM 027 before they were made to last.

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Richard Mille (Richard Mille) RM 35-02 Rafael Nadal (Rafael Nadal) quartz-TPT watch provides three-hand chronograph function, lightweight wrist, reasonable size, size 49.94 x 44.50 x 13.15 mm, suitable Daily wear. The increase in automatic winding is a welcome convenience.

Richard Mille RM 35-02 is obviously also available in NTPT carbon fiber version, very similar to RM 35-01 (hands it here). The red case has bright white highlights and a yellow strap. I can’t help but think of a harlequin who likes hamburgers, and likes clothing with similar colors – Ronald MacDonald Limited Edition, anyone?