RM 036-01 Competition G-Sensor System Sebastien Loeb Titanium and TZP Brown Ceramic by Richard Mille

RM 036-01 Competition G-Sensor System Sebastien Loeb Titanium and TZP Brown Ceramic by Richard Mille
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The "RM 036-01 Competition G-Sensor System Sebastien Loeb Titanium and TZP Brown Ceramic" is is from Richard Mille's range of watches. It features a dial in openwork with yellow and is encased in a titanium and anthracite polymer injected with carbon nanotubes case. This piece is a gentlemen's watch. The Tonneau case is 50mm wide, 42.7mm long, 16.1mm high and waterproofed up to approximately 30 meters water depth (3 bar). A transparent case back makes it possible to watch the movement.

The watch is based on a hand-wound Richard Mille RM036-01 mechanical movement running with a power reserve of 70 hours and indicators for hours and minutes. As regulating organ, the movement uses a tourbillon which causes the balance wheel and the escapement to rotate slowly. In the days of pocket watches, the tourbillon increased the accuracy of the watch by preventing the minute components from working with or against the gravity for a prolonged period of time. Today, the tourbillon mostly serves an aethetic and emotional purpose and is a testament of the manufacturer's watchmaking abilities. Other features of the watch: sectorial g-sensor system indicator.

The case is worn with a black rubber strap with a folding clasp. This watch is limited to 30 pieces.

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Basic Information
designed for the gentleman
30 pieces
Price: 
price unknown
Material: 
titanium and anthracite polymer injected with carbon nanotubes
Main Dial Color: 
openwork with yellow, green, orange and red accents

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