Richard Mille RM 028 - New Temptation for Divers

Oct 06, 2009
Following the successful introduction of the RM 025 tourbillion chronograph, the brandís premiere diverís watch, Richard Mille is proud to unveil a new automatic diverís watch - the RM 028.

The new watch has inherited from the RM 025 the round shape of its powerfully-designed case that has become a little smaller in diameter Ė now it measures 47 mm.

The Richard Mille RM 028, reflecting the brandís technical know-how, boasts all the exceptional features that characterize the watches of the brand.

The diverís watch, corresponding to diverís watch ISO norms 6425, provides 300-meter water-resistance. The remarkable water resistance is explained by a three-part case construction and torque screws. Moreover, the lugs have been completely integrated into the case system.

The unidirectional bezel of the Richard Mille RM 028 watch incorporates three sections assembled with 22 torque screws to prevent its accidental dislodging from the case.
The case of the timepiece is crafted in titanium and embraces the wrist with a rubber bracelet.

The watch, reviewed by, is animated by a skeletonized automatic movement that offers 55 hours of power-reserve and incorporates a rotor with variable geometry, a groundbreaking innovation of the brand that allows the automatic winding level to be adapted to the watch wearerís lifestyle with help of the setting of two 18K white gold wings.

Following the steps of the RM 025, the automatic Richard Mille RM 028 is created for those fascinated by the marine world of diving, and is sure to become an integral part of the collection.

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