Richard Mille

Revolution (Hong Kong) - - SIHH 2017 -

has also been a very sup­port­ive part­ner in other sports. Per­haps not so well-known in these re­gions, Alexis Pin­tu­rault is a gi­ant of alpine ski rac­ing. He’s just bro­ken the leg­endary Jean-Claude Killy’s record of World Cup wins, with with his 19th vic­tory com­ing in Jan­uary this year (as an aside, Killy’s record stood for al­most 50 years, an in­cred­i­ble achieve­ment in it­self). Pin­tu­rault’s been wear­ing an RM35 for the past two years, a watch which was orig­i­nally made fa­mous by an­other gi­ant in the sports world, Rafael Nadal, and it will now evolve into the RM35 Ul­ti­mate Edi­tion. To make this new RM35 the ul­ti­mate one, the case will change from alu­minum to NTPT car­bon. Other­wise, the RM35 main­tains its tech­ni­cal speci­ficity, that is, be­ing the first Richard Mille watch to be Chronofi­able cer­ti­fied, a test which sub­jects the move­ment to an ac­cel­er­ated aging sim­u­la­tion to ver­ify its dura­bil­ity.

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