In 2009, the renowned watch manufacture Richard Mille once again surprised its faithful admirers by unveiling its RM 028 watch, distinguished by the extraordinary case and skeletonized movement. This clever blend has become a common denominator of all Richard Mille timepieces, equipped with professional diving features.
The bold RM 028 watch is produced in full compliance with the diver’s watch ISO norms 6425. The timepiece is water-resistant down to 300 meters and displays a unidirectional bezel.
Technically outstanding, the watch is available with a round titanium case, which boasts a diameter of 47 mm. The respectable water-resistance of the case is ensured by its three part construction and 22 torque screws with complete integration of the titanium lugs into the case system. This unique structure keeps the bezel firmly fitted to the watch case, while diving.
The RM 028 watch is powered by a skeletonized automatic movement, which incorporates a rotor with variable geometry. Representing the brand’s technical innovation, the rotor is set with two 18K white gold wings. The mechanism provides the functions of indicating hours, minutes, central seconds and date.
Now, the brand is proud to unveil the new edition of the model- the RM 028 Les Voiles de St Barth watch that catches and holds the gaze by its elements dressed in bright yellow - the color highly respected by professional divers and sailors. The watch crown is enfolded in yellow rubber, whereas the bezel is embellished with the vibrant shade of this color. The logo of Les Voiles de St Barth is proudly exposed on the dial above 8 o’clock.
The new Richard Mille watch is teamed with a yellow rubber bracelet, an absolute newcomer to the Richard Mille collection.