GMT Magazine Richard Mille
While he has worn the RM 027 during tennis matches over the years, Rafael Nadal has also agreed to use the technical refinement of the RM 035 collection that bears his name and launches at the same time. Representing the fourth generation of the range, the RM 035-03 Automatic Rafael Nadal is equipped with a butterfly rotor, a patented innovation that required three years of research and development. cheap watches online . The wearer can adjust the geometry of the rotor and adjust how the movement is wound according to his lifestyle and activity (normal or sport mode) without the intervention of the watchmaker. Thanks to the pusher at 7 o’clock, he activates the independent gear train, which is connected to two titanium arms covered with heavy metal weight segments that make up the rotor. “Like a driver adapting his car’s behavior to urban use, or by activating the sport mode into the track”, explains technical director Salvador Arbona. This watchmaking “speed machine” showcases its skeletonized engine on either side of a TPT® carbon fiber case and TPT® quartz watch, available in white, blue and grey.
RM 035-03 Automatic Rafael Nadal
Case: TPT® Carbon Fiber and TPT Quartz, Grade 5 Titanium Crown and Screws, Sapphire Case Back, Water Resistant to 50m
Dimensions: 43.15 x 49.95 x 13.15mm
Movement: Skeleton automatic winding (RMAL2 movement, 55-hour power reserve), patented butterfly oscillating weight, titanium bridges and bridges
Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, function selector (sport)