Richard Mille – RM 011 Yellow Flash
Restricted to only 50 pieces, the Richard Mille RM 011 Yellow Flash is a flyback chronograph which combines TZP-N clay with NTPT carbon to make a staggering look, here featured by lively yellow subtleties.
Utilized for the front and back bezels of the RM 011 Yellow Flash, TZP-N is a super intense dark clay with a low thickness combining extraordinary scratch obstruction with a low coefficient of warm action implying that there will be no fluctuation fit as a fiddle of the material when presented to outrageous temperatures.
The caseband, pushers and crown are made utilizing NTPT carbon, a super lightweight and exceptionally safe type of carbon fiber that has been utilized on the sails of hustling yachts, Formula 1 vehicle suspension and in aviation. Measurements of the monumental case are: 50 mm x 40 mm x 16.5 mm.
The RM 011 Yellow Flash is furnished with a skeletonized programmed winding type including a flyback chronograph with a 12-hour/hour long chronograph counter at 6 o’clock and an hour long commencement clock at 9 o’clock. The curiously large date, situated at 12 o’clock, should be changed just once per year, toward the finish of February.
Baseplate, scaffolds and equilibrium chicken are made of evaluation 5 titanium with dark PVD covering for more prominent inflexibility and ideal evenness of surfaces (a fundamental necessity for accuracy components). Cleaning and anglage of the development are made by hand.
The rotor has a variable math, for example its latency is naturally acclimated to one or the other accelerate the winding interaction or to back it off, for instance while donning exercises are performed. This way the winding component is adjusted to the proprietor’s way of life.
Coordinated to a dark elastic lash and engraved on the back with a one of a kind restricted release number, the Richard Mille RM 011 Yellow Flash has a cost of Euro 160,000.
The new model will be accessible solely at Richard Mille Boutiques Geneva, Paris, London Mount Street, London Harrods, Milan, Monaco, Dubai, Abu Ahabi and Doha. richardmille.com