Richard Mille RM011 Red QTPT Chronograph Watch RM011-QTPT

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Richard Mille RM011 Red QTPT Chronograph Watch RM011-QTPT

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The latest Richard Mille creation employs an innovative and eye catching material made of quartz crystal and carbon fiber giving it a bright red color. The Tonneau shaped Richard Mille RM011-QTPT watch case is made of this exclusive material red quartz NPTP carbon with dark ribbons through the material making an eye catching pattern, the case measures 50 mm at the case center and 40 mm where the strap connects. The scratch and glare resistant RM011-QTPT sapphire crystals reveal the watchmaker's in-house manufactured self winding automatic movement the RMAL1, it features the innovative Variable Geometry Rotor that adjusts the self winding mechanism to the activity of the wearer. This amazing Richard Mille Chronograph watch attaches to the wrist on a red rubber strap with a titanium double fold over clasp.
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SKU: WTCH08857


Additional Information

Shop By Brand Richard Mille
Watch Reference Number RM011-QTPT
Watch Model RM011
Watch Case Diameter 50 x 40 mm x 16.15 mm
Watch Case Material Quartz-TPT
Watch Bezel Material Quartz-TPT
Watch Movement Automatic - Self Winding
Watch Bracelet Material Rubber / Silicone
Watch Closure Double Fold Over Clasp
Watch Closure Material Titanium
Watch Crystal Sapphire
Watch Dial Skeleton
Watch Dial Markers Arabic Numerals
Condition Unworn
Water Resistance 50 m (150 ft)
Functions Skeletonized, Display Back, Center Seconds, Small Seconds, Luminescent Numerals, Luminescent Hands
Box Richard Mille Original Box
Papers Richard Mille Original Papers
Warranty Avi and Co


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