Richard Mille RM 50-02 Tourbillon Split Seconds Chronograph

Richard Mille copy and Airbus Corporate Jets-the Airbus business unit responsible for manufacturing aircraft for individual customers-have teamed up to create an impressive timepiece that reflects the similarities between the aviation world and high-end watchmaking.

Just like ACJ’s luxury business jets built to meet the individual needs of customers, the new Richard Mille RM 50-02 Tourbillon Split Seconds Chronograph uses advanced open design elements in the internal design of the splint and bottom plate of grade 5 titanium, and Hollowing is widely used in every possible area to significantly reduce weight.

In fact, despite its size (50.10 mm x 42.70 mm x 16.50 mm), this watch is very lightweight and comfortable to wear on the wrist.

Many parts in the movement are coated with special aerospace coatings, which are usually used to protect engine and chassis components from corrosion and environmental conditions.

One of the new features developed for the dual-second tourbillon RM 50-02 is that the initial jump of the chronograph second hand is almost completely eliminated. In addition, the development of a new generation of rattrapante components means that by reducing the internal friction of the movement and eliminating the inertial beating of the chronograph hands during stop and start, the energy consumption of this function can be reduced by about 50%. This is achieved through research focusing on the work of the minute-second arm.

By pressing the button on the right side of the 4 o’clock position, the user can stop the dual second hand in order to read the intermediate time when the chronograph is started. Press the button again to reconnect the minute and second hands to the chronograph, ready for the next measurement.

The new RM50-02 tourbillon movement also has a power reserve indicator (70 hours) between 11 o’clock and 12 o’clock. The torque indicator provides information on the tension of the mainspring, thereby optimizing the function of the observatory. The o’clock clock, a function indicator, is used to display the status of the watch in each position of the winding, neutral and hand settings.

The new titanium aluminum alloy (TiAl) case shape reflects the outline of the typical ACJ window shape, with a clearly visible multi-layer hull structure surrounding it. Even the titanium-aluminum alloy used in the jet turbine blades of Airbus aircraft must operate safely under the convergence of high temperature and high pressure fields, so it requires very strong and highly stress-resistant materials.

The sub-bezel is made of ATZ white ceramic, which is a high-quality ceramic based on alumina powder. It is injected at a pressure of 2,000 bar to increase the hardness by 20-30% and minimize the porosity of the material. After diamond, ATZ is one of the hardest materials in the world. best swiss replica watches

As the brand’s first appearance, this is the first time that the iconic Richard Mille screws on the outer edge of the bezel have been replaced with Torq fixing screws with a uniquely shaped head groove and a crown strap with a jet engine engraved with waves. Patterned Airbus logo.

You can see through the sapphire crystal caseback that the manual winding 3 Hz (21,600 vph) calibre RM50-02 has a splint made of grade 5 titanium. In order to give the movement more depth, some plywoods are made of stainless steel and are given a golden appearance through the aircraft coating process.