Richard Mille RM 11-03 Automatic Winding Flyback
Richard Mille RM 11-03 Automatic Flyback Chronograph Red Quartz FQ TPT Watch Hands-on
One of the most popular Richard Mille watch collections is the gracefully aging RM 11 (it has had some updates over the years), the RM 11-03 FQ TPT version shown above (also the RM11-03, RM011 and RM 011). The RM 11 family dates back more than a decade and is based on the RMAC3 movement, which is simple by Richard Mille standards but scores high for practicality. However, it's a very satisfying mechanic that does more than one might expect at first glance. Many watch lovers have gone crazy over the RM 11-o3 watch, and in some cases, this fact has led to watches being sold for more than retail. The RM 11-03 features the distinctive look of a Richard Mille timepiece (a modern tonneau shape), as well as a range of aesthetic versions (such as the red quartz TPT here), allowing wearers to get the bold visual attention they love from wearing the Richard Mille DeMille cheap luxury watches.
The case of the RM 11-o3 FQ TPT is a mixture of red quartz and carbon, made from a series of layers ("TPT" is "Thin Layer Technology") which when machined provide an attractive aesthetic - similar in theory, to Damascus-style steel. Originally developed as a lightweight yet strong material for sports (eg competitive yachting) and industrial use, TPT benefits the horological sector due to its aesthetics. It can come in a range of colors, and the unique textured look of the case makes it very stylish today. Richard Mille wisely started using TPT material in its case more than five years ago and has since released a range of products in a variety of colors and styles using the TPT case material.
Richard Mille's latest RM 11-03 case features a unique construction in which the movement is secured to a base that is part of the case, rather than a separate movement retaining ring. This detail and others are possible due to the long machining times for Richard Mille's parts (one of the reasons these watches cost so much). Curved tonneau case measures 44.50mm wide (not including crown), 44.94mm high and 16.15mm thick. It is worn on the wrist with a custom-made very high-end rubber strap, which is extremely comfortable to wear and visually ostentatious.Jacob Co. Astronomia Sky
The Richard Mille RMAC3 automatic flyback chronograph movement runs at 4Hz and has a power reserve of approximately 50 hours between the two barrels. The rotor also features Richard Mille's variable geometry technique, which is interesting though rarely used. It allows the watchmaker (rather than the wearer) to vary the rotational geometry of the rotor to make it spin more or less easily, depending on how active the wearer's wrist is. In theory, using this feature could help people wind their watches, but not too much. I have yet to see anyone who has taken a hard look at their wearing style and had Richard Mille individually set the rotor geometry for their "wrist habits".
RMAC3 movement includes flyback chronograph with 12-hour counter (hours and minutes counted in the same dial), synchronized 60-minute countdown subdial and large date (no need to reset chronograph before starting again) indicator and month indication The registers are neatly placed on the dial between 4 o'clock and 5 o'clock. This makes the RM 11-03 a chronograph annual calendar – which does exist, but is a very rare mechanism. Visually, the RM 11-03 dial is clear and easy to read, but is strikingly skeletonized with titanium bridges and plenty of visual depth to amplify the dial's appearance to the eye. Bold hands and bright dial color accents help maintain legibility.luxury replica watches
Richard Mille is one of those modern watchmakers who has embraced the artistry of combining organic-looking textures with other contemporary designs. This is the best way to get to know the RM 11-03 combined with the FQ TPT case. Organic red and black lines produced as a function of the machined case lend a soothing quality to the industrial finishes and lines found in the movement and other elements of the case such as the crown, pushers, dial and hands.
The designers at Richard Mille have also done a good job making the RM 11-03 look very much like a 'racing car on the wrist', a theme that has helped the brand capture the imagination of many young (and well-funded) replica watches for sale collections Home. Richard Mille has never been shy about drawing inspiration from the world of Formula One racing, and these race cars are often incorporated into the designs of Richard Mille products.
Note that there are at least two very similar versions of this red quartz TPT Richard Mille RM 11-03 watch. Both are limited editions with the same case design and belong to the RM 11-03 collection. One is this model and the other is part of the Felipe Massa collection (with a slightly different dial design). If you were unaware of the existence of these two watches, you could easily mistake one for the other, not knowing that Richard Mille happens to produce two very similar timepieces. I actually prefer this RM 11-03 FQ TPT, not only because of the dial design, but also because of the different crown and pusher designs - which are all very well done in my opinion.
Most watch lovers can't afford a Richard Mille - that's what the brand is all about. Last year, I wrote an article "Why Richard Mille Watches Are So Expensive" to explain this concept. Richard Mille also did not attend any watch trade shows, as the brand withdrew from SIHH this year. This means that in order for Richard Mille to remain in high demand, it needs to continue to attract the attention of watch collectors and aficionados, even if most of the sales come from the ultra-wealthy who just want something cool and status-defining. something wrist.replica Greubel Forsey GMT