The Richard Mille RM 011 special edition watches, destined exclusively at customers in North and South America and unveiled in 2009, have enjoyed remarkable success. Now the brand is pleased to present its RM 011 DLC Titanium Orange watch – the first limited edition 2010 timepiece for the hemisphere.
The debut of the new Richard Mille watch coincides in time with the start of an important world class sporting event - the 2010 World Cup. In June, eight national teams coming from North and South America will join the list of 32 best soccer teams coming from all over the world to compete in the championship.
The RM 011 DLC Titanium Orange watch provides the flyback chronograph functions - a really useful feature for professional sportsmen and sports fans. The timepiece is 50-meter water-resistant.
The heart of the watch is a skeletonized automatic winding movement that boasts adjustable rotor geometry. The movement animates an impressive range of functions - hours, minutes, and seconds, month display found between 4 and 5 o’clock, big date display at 12 o’clock, mentioned-above flyback chronograph, annual calendar, 60-minute countdown timer, and 12-hour totalizer. The movement guarantees a 55-hour power-reserve.
The watch stands out from the crowd by its eye-catching orange indicators, crown and inner bezel presented against the deep black surroundings of the tripartite case sculptured in DLC titanium.
The RM 011 DLC Titanium Orange watch will be issued in a limited edition of 30 pieces. The timepiece us expected to be available for the retail price of 90,000 US dollars.