Sprinter Masterpiece Masterpiece Tasting Richard Mille Rm 67-02 Automatic Winding Watch

In addition to cooperating with brands in the professional field, RICHARD MILLE Richard Mill, a Swiss independent watchmaker, also pays attention to outstanding athletes in the sports arena. Whether it is sprinting, equestrian or tennis, there are related outstanding professional timepieces corresponding to it. In 2017, when the World Track and Field Championships will be held at the London Olympic Stadium, the brand created the green RM 67-02 Sprint (dash) watch and the purple The RM 67-02 High Jump watch, both sporting versions of RM 67-01, shows their strength as new record holders in their sports field. Let’s take a look at Richard Mill’s RM67-02 Sprint self-winding watch as an example:

Renewed timepieces

Wayde van Niekerk wears Richard Mill RM 67-02 Sprint self-winding watch
   This watch confirms its uniqueness with a brand-new design, a more smooth line design, a perfect fit to the body, and the athlete’s own development inspiration to achieve a ‘symbiotic’ state with the athlete. Gives the original RM 67-01 a sporty feel, which meets the requirements of sports watches in terms of lightweight, slimness and ergonomics. On this basis, Richard Mill’s team has reshaped its lines to highlight its athletic qualities. In addition to the iconic features of the RICHARD MILLE sports watch, this product also combines 4 extensions to strengthen the case structure, making the watch’s performance and appearance more superior.

Richard Mille RM 67-02 Sprint Automatic

  The yellow and green colors used in the RM67-02 Sprint case represent Wayde’s country, South Africa. The watch ring made of TPT® carbon fiber uses the same process, but the material used is carbon fiber. The case is made of the brand’s exclusive TPT® carbon fiber and TPT® quartz composite material, which has excellent impact resistance. The slim assembly of the 7.8 mm bezel / ring / bottom cover is light, strong, and reliable, and it does not affect the ability to handle various situations that may be encountered during high-level exercise. One side of the watch is the crown of the same material, and the middle is lined with green rubber, which is comfortable and easy to debug.

  The mercerized sanded surface, slanted hands and sharp lines make the time indication clear and intuitive. Through the hollow-out process, you can see the brand’s CRMA7 movement, full of mechanical sense, showing strong power. The lines of the dial echo the movement and are machined from titanium alloy plates with a thickness of just 0.4 mm. Black DLC coating, and then painted by hand with the colors of the national flag of the athlete.

   The ultra-thin CRMA7 movement, bridge, and internal DLC-coated grade 5 titanium alloy clearly highlight the sporty quality of this watch. The gear involute can provide a pressure of 20 ° to make the gear system reach the optimal state. In addition, the variable inertia balance wheel ensures excellent power transmission to the barrel and guarantees 50 hours of long-lasting performance.

   The strap adopts an overall seamless, non-slip design, which is extremely flexible and can conform to the ergonomics and perfectly fit the curve of the wrist. This is the lightest strap of the RICHARD MILLE brand ever, reducing the weight of RM 67-02 to only 32 grams, making the entire watch lightweight, slim and extremely sporty.

Richard Mille RM67-02 Sprint Automatic

To sum up: Create endless possibilities for clocks in your own unique way of making watches. Richard Mille’s products in recent years have always been eye-catching. We continue to develop in-depth cooperation with professionals and continue to develop on the watch to create more sophisticated charm on the wrist. This Richard Mills RM67-02 Sprint self-winding watch is one of them. The outstanding watch performance, coupled with the slender, lightweight, durable and wearable watch quality, can also be said to be a valuable sport Luxury watch. The bottom of the watch is engraved with the 00x watch and Wayde van Niekerk, which once again gives the wearer a unique and distinguished identity and the significance of the watch.

Lange’s Watch Relies On The Rocks And Minerals Of Saxony

The Lange’s modern watch series and the magical combination of the rocks and minerals of the Ore Mountains link this medieval wealth and cultural birthplace to the 21st century modern Saxony precision watchmaking technology. Putting Lange’s watches on the rocks and minerals from Saxony, let us trace the wealth and culture of this German county.
Lange 1 Tourbillon Perpetual Calendar on Topaz known as ‘Saxony’s Diamond’

   In the depths of the Oers Mountains, Langer’s hometown, there are countless treasures waiting to be discovered. Geologists are exploring what may be one of the largest tin mines in the world! As early as the Middle Ages, Germany discovered a large number of silver mines for the first time, thus triggering the so-called ‘silver mining fever’. This treasure from the earth has brought about unprecedented cultural and scientific developments, and has also given the great wealth of the Saxony electorate. Many important breakthroughs, such as Meissen’s European ceramics and the Dresden Palace’s Green Dome Treasure Hall, have first-class craftsmanship, which can be traced back to this period. Even the 18th century precision watchmaking technology of Saxony can be traced back to this.

   Among Saxony’s renowned watchmakers, Ferdinando Adolf Lange, who brought watchmaking to the Elz Mountains in 1845, was a forward-looking leader. At that time, the silver mines in the eastern part of the Oers Mountains had already been completely exhausted, and people lived in distress and were full. Relying on Lange’s outstanding insights, introducing new business to the local area and making it flourish again.

   The rock comes from the geological collection of the mining university Freiberg University of Technology, and the collection of the Terra Mineralia Museum in the Freudenstein Castle Museum. The collection of more than 3,500 minerals, precious rocks and meteorite has been among the largest and most beautiful in the world since 2008 Among the mineral collections. Over the centuries, countless works of art in the Saxony Palace have been crafted by craftsmen and above, using the rocks and minerals of the Elz Mountains.

Lange on the Rock-Part 1: New 2012
Lange 1 Tourbillon Perpetual Calendar, on serpentine

   Launched in January 2012, the Lange 1 Tourbillon Perpetual Calendar combines the classic complications of a tourbillon and perpetual calendar with the unique style of Lange 1.

   The serpentine texture from the Zöblitz in the Oers Mountains is serpentine, with a mix of red, green and even black. From the 16th to the 19th centuries, craftsmen used the garnet serpentine with black grain to produce a large number of artworks for the Saxony electors.
Lange 1 Time Zone on agate

   The Lange 1 Time Zone not only displays the home time and the second time zone time, but also has a rotating circle engraved with the name of the city. It is the best companion for people who often come and go and citizens of the world.

   Agate has been considered a semi-precious stone since ancient times. At the beginning of the 18th century, it was discovered that the underground a few kilometers away from the Lange watch factory was a rich agate deposit. Because the stone was crushed during the movement of the earth’s crust, it is called ruin agate.
Datograph Up / Down on Topaz

   The Datograph Up / Down is equipped with a platinum case with a diameter enlarged to 41 mm. The power reserve is extended for 60 hours, and the Up / Down power reserve is displayed at 6 o’clock.

   The topaz in the Oers Mountains is polished after the polishing and has the reputation of ‘Saxony diamond’. In the 1960s, Altenburg, near Glashütte, discovered the world’s largest topaz at the time. However, because there are too many cracks in the jade, it is not suitable for making jewelry.