We’ve spoken a great deal about gents’ watches from SIHH 2015 and I believe it’s time for you to review different things. This publish is about Richard Mille, and something of the novelties this season – the Richard Mille RM19-02 Tourbillon Fleur. Similar to a number of other Swiss Richard Mille watches it provides a very unusual complication that you simply wouldn’t usually get in horology, but I’ve learnt to not question ‘why’ any longer – really, their watches tend to be like modern art, but wearable with very complex actions.
How to the timepiece that actually separated itself – the RM19-02 includes a gemstone set Titanium situation along with the time-telling subdial, and it has a energy reserve of 36 hrs. The movement (named just like the timepiece reference) includes a frequency of 21.600 vph and 51 jewels… Since the timepiece nerds are pleased with everything info let’s arrive at the primary attraction from the watch, the main reason this short article even is available – it’s obviously the awesome tourbillon hidden behind a magnolia flower the thing is at 7 o’clock.
The flower consists of 5 hands crafted gold flower petals, which open every a few minutes to show the gorgeous tourbillon escapement. Because it comes forward you’ll have the ability to view it move slightly (1mm. from the initial position). This illusion of the flourishing flower looks great personally and when the individual desires to open or close the tourbillon by hand she (and often it might be a she, I guess) can perform so using the pusher at 9 o’clock. I’m a large fan from the original RM019 (the Celtic Knot) and also the RM19-1 (the Natalie Portman) but that one here really sticks out because of its very unusual complication.
Only 30 of those is going to be made and that I think of the cost to become somewhere within the 6 and maybe even 7 figures. I think you’ll loved searching in the piece and remain updated for additional novelty reviews from SIHH 2015.