Joining Richard Mille‘s new watches for Rafael Nadal and Sebastien Loeb is the brand new RM63-01 Dizzy Hands from the timepiece aficionado. Distinctly different than the usual racing- and aerospace-inspired designs from the Swiss manufacturer, the Dizzy Hands takes its cues from French poet Gérard de Nerval’s 19th century piece Le Temps. Powered by a proprietary automatic calibre CRMA3 movement – a brand new mille offering – the watch boasts a 50-hour power reserve and technical specs like a quickly rotating barrel, a discrepancy-reducing 20-degree pressure angle on the gear teeth, and a disc that rotates counter-clockwise as the hands continue to move in their usual direction. Aesthetically, the PVD-coated titanium movement is housed in a 42.7mm case of 18k red gold and titanium. Priced at $120,000 USD, the RM63-01 Dizzy Hands will soon be available at Richard Mille dealers worldwide.