A complex chrono: Meet Richard Mille’s 65-01


Five years in the making, the RM 65-01 is the most complex timepiece to ever leave the Richard Mille workshops. The manufacture’s first automatic split-seconds chronograph combines the mechanical soul of the RM 004 with the convenience of an automatic and demonstrates its commitment to the creation of ultra-high-end chronos.

The RMAC4 calibre is equipped with the manufacture’s latest-generation split-seconds mechanism and the six-column wheel ensures optimised simultaneous movement, maximal function locking and greater adjustment durability. Like a mechanical brain, this castellated piece orchestrates the controls and can be seen through the sapphire glass caseback. Featuring a carbon TPT case, which is renowned for its resistance to micro-cracks and splits, the red quartz pusher can fully charge the watch ready to time a new event.

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