Richard Mille
RM023 Titanium

  • Collection: RM023
  • Model reference: RM023
  • Case/Size: Titanium, 45mm
  • Dial: Skeletonized
  • Movement: Automatic-winding
  • Functions: Hours, minutes and date
  • Specificity: Skeletonized
  • Condition: Very Good /2015
  • Price: Upon Request

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Description

The Richard Mille RM023 Automatic is a luxury timepiece that is highly regarded among collectors and enthusiasts. It was first introduced in 2009 and quickly gained popularity for its unique design and high level of craftsmanship.

The case of the RM023 is made from titanium, a lightweight and durable material that is commonly used in high-end watches. The case measures 45mm in diameter and features a skeletonized design that allows the wearer to see the intricate inner workings of the watch. The sapphire crystal caseback offers a clear view of the movement and its finishes. The watch is water-resistant to a depth of 50 meters, making it suitable for occasional recreational swimming.

The dial of the RM023 features a black color scheme with white hour markers and hands, providing a high-contrast and legible display. The watch also features a date display at the 12 o’clock position. The movement is an automatic skeletonized movement with a power reserve of up to 50 hours. The movement features a free-sprung balance wheel, which enhances its accuracy and stability.

The strap of the RM023 is made from black rubber and is integrated into the case, providing a seamless and comfortable fit. The strap features a titanium buckle that is adjustable to fit a variety of wrist sizes.

The RM023 also features Richard Mille’s signature tonneau-shaped case, which is inspired by racing cars and aerodynamics. The case is designed to be ergonomic and comfortable to wear, even for extended periods of time.

 

 

 Richard Mille – bio

Richard Mille (born 13 February 1951, in France) started work at Finhor, a local watchmaking company in 1974. The company was bought by Matra in 1981 and Richard Mille rose to manage Matra’s watchmaking business, which then included the brands Yema and Cupillard Rième. Matra’s watchmaking activities were sold to Seiko, who Mille left in 1992 to start a watchmaking business for jewellery firm Mauboussin. In 1999 he founded the company Richard Mille SA in collaboration with Audemars Piguet. Its first product, the RM001 went on sale in 2001

Additional information

Accessories :

Accompanied by Richard Mille international warranty certificate, product literature and presentation box.