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Richard Mille

Fueled by a passion for innovation, technology, and racing, Richard Mille launched his namesake Swiss watch brand in 2001 at the age of 50. During its impressive history, the brand has accomplished what was previously thought to be impossible—introducing the luxury world to new innovations in materials, movements, and design. 


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Richard Mille Watch History

Richard Mille established his watch brand in 2001 revolutionizing the watch industry with his designs and cutting edge technology. Teaming up with his friend Dominique Guenat they introduced their timepiece, the RM 001 Tourbillon, which quickly gained fame, for its aesthetics and premium pricing. The hallmark of Richard Mille watches is in their groundbreaking features. The RM 002 was a trailblazer as the first to incorporate titanium into components. Similarly the RM 004 Split Seconds Chronograph redefined split second timing mechanisms in timepieces.

Employing materials such as ALUSIC® derived from space technology in models like the RM 009 their watches prioritize durability and lightweight construction. Noteworthy is their utilization of Graph TPT® a graphene infused material introduced in a timepiece in 2017. Richard Mille boasts connections to sports by crafting timepieces for athletes like tennis sensation Rafael Nadal for competitive use.

Their limited edition releases and collaborations with athletes and artists have cemented their position in the luxury watch sector.

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RM 005

The RM 005 has a sleek, sporty design and may include features like a skeletonized dial that showcases the inner mechanics, and an automatic winding mechanism that adapts to your activity.

RM 010

The RM 010 often features a clear display back, allowing a view into the watch's intricate movement. It's designed with comfort and style in mind, using premium materials for a luxurious feel.

RM 011

The RM 011 includes a chronograph function, a strong case for durability, and additional functions like a flyback chronograph or oversized date.

RM 029

The RM 029 includes an oversized date window and improved ergonomics for a better wrist fit. Like many Richard Mille watches, it showcases the movement through a skeletonized dial.

RM 030

The RM 030 is known for its declutchable rotor, which prevents overwinding. It's designed to combine practicality with Richard Mille's signature futuristic aesthetics.

RM 65-01

The RM 65-01 is a newer addition to the collection, this model is packed with the latest technology, such as a split-seconds chronograph. It's designed for precision and speed, with a rapid winding mechanism.

RM 67

Typically a slimmer watch in the Richard Mille collection, the RM 67 is focused on a comfortable, lightweight design that doesn't compromise on the distinctive Richard Mille look.

RM 72-01

A lifestyle-oriented watch, the RM 72-01 features a chronograph function and is designed with everyday wear in mind, combining practicality with the brand's modern design ethos.

Richard Mille FAQ's

Yes, Richard Mille watches typically hold their value very well. They are known for using special materials and making only a few watches that are considered luxury items.

Famous people like tennis player Rafael Nadal, musician Pharrell Williams, and soccer coach Roberto Mancini wear Richard Mille watches.

Less than 5,000 Richard Mille watches are produced each year, with a 2-month waiting period. This keeps their watches rare and special, which is part of what makes them so desirable.

Yes, many Richard Mille watches are water-resistant, but the level of resistance varies by model. Always check the specific model's water resistance rating in the manual.

Richard Mille is a Swiss luxury watch company that was founded in 2001 by Dominique Guenat and Richard Mille. The company is based in Les Breuleux, Switzerland. Additionally, the renowned Swiss luxury watchmaker Audemars Piguet holds a minority stake of 10% in the company. Richard Mille plays a significant role in the brand's direction and is often associated as the driving force and public face of the company.

Richard Mille offers both automatic and manual winding watches. Automatic models are equipped with a self-winding mechanism that harnesses the energy from the movement of the wearer's wrist to power the watch.