The new Richard Mille RM 67-02 version brings strange colors to Ultralight packaging
This fall, Richard Mille's latest lightweight shoes launched some very weird colors.
To be fair, we will never be surprised by Richard Mille's weird colors anymore. Between the green Yohan Blake model, Ronald MacDonald who almost looked for RM 27-03 for Rafael Nadal, and countless other bold creations over the past few years, Richard Mille is no stranger to the premise of "getting big or going home". Look at the design perspective from a technical point of view. With the latest RM 67-02 Editions, the brand has created three limited edition watches to add luster to the wrists of world-class athletes. As the brand’s polarization, this is once again an impressive feat for RM, as these watches will see strict duties behind the wheel of tennis courts, ski resorts and one of the fastest competing World Rally Championship cars. .
First of all, regardless of the color palette, RM 67-02 is a truly impressive work. The simple chronograph movement uses grade 5 titanium to make the hollow bridge and main bridge, and has an excellent overall finishing level. Various DLC finishes are used to provide the required contrast between components, and transparent Incabloc shock absorbers are used to provide significant movement protection. With a lightweight fabric strap, the weight of the entire watch—and so on—is only 32 grams. After testing/trying on the first example of 67-02 launched last year, this level of lightness is hard to get your brain around unless you experience it for yourself. As an interesting comparison, 12 ounces of sugar contains more grams of sugar. A can of Coca-Cola (39 to be precise) is more than the titanium and composite materials in this watch.
These three new models are not limited editions, but mass production models, although it is known that these new versions of Richard Mille will undoubtedly be in short supply. The first example of German tennis player Alexander Zverev mixed carbon TPT and red quartz TPT in its sandwich case structure. World rally champion Sebastien Ogier's case uses a case made entirely of carbon fiber TPT with a contrasting royal blue strap, while the case of French skier Alexis Pinturault is white Quartz TPT is made on the front and back, and the black quartz TPT contrasts sharply with the case.
Urwerk's UR-100V P.02 is a limited edition of 20 watches, exclusively for Collective Horology members. Part of the proceeds will be donated to the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum for continuous display of the Space Shuttle Enterprise.
The analog dials and displays used in the 40-year-old NASA space shuttle inspire the look of a new avant-garde timepiece.
The UR-100V P.02 watch was unveiled on Tuesday (July 20) and combines the unique time display method of Swiss luxury watch manufacturer Urwerk with the cockpit aesthetics of the Enterprise space shuttle. This watch is the result of Urwerk's collaboration with Collective Horology, a watch lovers club in Silicon Valley, and the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York, which showcases the retired Enterprise.fake watches for sale
Intrepid's aviation curator Eric Boehm said of Urwerk's co-founder and chief designer Martin Frei: “I know they want to use something like black and white to make the classic space shuttle shape.” “I can see, Looking at [Enterprise's] instrument, Martin was inspired by this."
"I really like the cockpit and its accompanying instruments," Frey said. "I can think of it as an aesthetic language, it's not just for pilots. For me, it's really a style."