Slim and lightweight, the Richard Mille RM 67-02 was designed with versatility and adaptability in mind.
In particular, the Swiss luxury brand has managed to adapt this watch to various sports, thanks to the in-house development of an automatic movement capable of responding to any situation and pressure.
Following on from two RM 67-02 designs for Wayde van Niekerk and Mutaz Essa Barshim that were launched at last year’s World Athletics Championships in London, Richard Mille has designed three new RM 67-02 models for the brand’s three globally renowned ambassadors – 02: Sébastien Ogier, five-time World Rally Championship champion, Alexis Pinturault, French World Cup alpine ski racer and Olympic medalist, and Alexander Zverev, currently the world’s third-ranked tennis player in the ATP rankings. Each new timepiece is developed in the colors of the ambassador’s flag.
The 38.70mm x 47.52mm case of the new RM 67-02 model is made of Carbon TPT and Quartz TPT (Richard Mille’s exclusive composite material with excellent shock resistance) and has four extensions, in addition to being the brand’s movement The watch helps strengthen the case structure. The entire bezel/case/back assembly is only 7.8mm thick, making the watch very comfortable to wear on the wrist.
All of these models are powered by the CRMA7 movement, which combines grade 5 titanium for the baseplate and bridges with platinum and carbon TPT for the variable geometry rotor. It beats at 28,800 vph and offers a power reserve of approximately 50 hours.
The entire case construction is water resistant to 30 meters/100 feet thanks to two Nitrile rubber O-rings and is assembled with 12 spline screws in grade 5 titanium and 316L stainless steel washers.
For absolute comfort, Richard Mille has equipped the new RM 67-02 with a high elastic comfort strap. The total weight of the RM 67-02 is just 32 grams, making this model the lightest automatic watch in the Richard Mille collection.