Richard Mille Channels a Rock’n’Roll Spirit With the RM 66 Flying Tourbillon
A limited-edition timepiece featuring “the devil’s horns.”
Richard Mille has unveiled its latest technical timepiece with a rebellious spirit — the “Horn To Be Wild” RM 66 Flying Tourbillon.
Attired in a fully curved, tripartite tonneau-shaped case made of Carbon TPT® and grade 5 titanium, the RM 66 features an incredibly complex build that underwent an arduous manufacturing process with high level of quality control. It stars a golden skeletal hand gesturing “the devil’s horns” as the centerpiece, which is set in place over the manual winding tourbillon calibre.
Positioned at the 12 o’clock mark is a skull seal that pays homage to Richard Mille’s iconic RM 052 model, which is also the brand’s first watch to “stir up rebellion and the advent of non-conformity in haute horlogerie.” The skull motif is echoed on the spidery and claw-like torque-limiting crown, accompanied by polished red gold pyramid studs. In addition, the watch incorporates unusual-looking hour markers that are screwed onto the upper flange, which comes in a shape that emulates guitar picks to add to its rock’n’roll aesthetics.
Available now, the RM 66 is produced as a limited edition of 50 units via Richard Mille’s official website.
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