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This Unique Edition Richard Mille RM 50-04 Watch Will Cost You Simply Over $1 Million USD

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Richard Mille RM 5src-src4 Manual Winding Tourbillon Split-Seconds Chronograph Kimi Räikkönen

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NFL star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. just recently flexed his Richard Mille watch during the Browns’ season opener. The watch he used was apparently priced at $350 K USD. If that price wasn’t enough to drop jaws, Richard Mille has just recently introduced a new model in collaboration with the 2019 Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix where the watch was just unveiled. Prior to we head into more information, maybe the greatest eye-opener for this RM 50-04 design is its cost– it will set you back $1,063,00 0 USD.

Minimal to just 30 in the world, the Handbook Winding Tourbillon Split-Seconds Chronograph Kimi Räikkönen (yes, that is the real long-winded name of the design) commemorates both the motorist it’s named after and the Alfa Romeo Racing Group. To be more specific about its building and construction, it’s well worth keeping in mind that the watch’s front and back are crafted from Quartz TPT ®– that’s 600 layers of 45- micron thick silicon integrated. The material is what offers the piece its alien technology-like design. This RM 50-04 is also light-weight with its titanium and Carbon TPT elements. We likewise have the futuristic torque, function and power reserve indications as well as a number 7 call out for Räikkönen racing number.

In his own words, the champion motorist says, “We in Finland are understood for our “guts” and determination. We even have a word for it– sisu. Nevertheless, in my sport sisu is inadequate. I have to count on high-performance innovation and team-work however most of all, though, there needs to be large passion! Richard Mille has actually powered his own engine for many years with all 3 of these,– guts, technological expertise and above all enjoyable. That’s why I am more than pleased to be at the wheel with the ground-breaking RM 50-04 on my wrist.”

Complete Specifications Below:


Design Call: Richard Mille RM 50-04 Tourbillon Split-Seconds Chronograph Kimi Räikkönen


Case/Dial: 44.50 mm diameter x 49.65 mm height x 16.10 mm density, grade 5 titanium


Water Resistance: 50 m (5 bar)


Motion: Calibre RM50-03, manual winding


Functions: Hours, minutes, split-seconds chronograph, 30- minute totaliser


Frequency: 21,600 vph (3 Hz)


Power Reserve: 70 h


Strap: Graphene and rubber

Head to the Richard Mille official website to learn more

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