How to make your Apple Watch look like a million-dollar Richard Mille

Published on Apr 12, 2022 at 10:18 AM (UTC+4)
by Ben Welham

Last updated on May 26, 2022 at 3:59 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Kate Bain

How to make your Apple Watch look like a million-dollar Richard Mille

Luxury vehicle tuner Mansory is best known for adding large amounts of carbon fibre to Lamborghinis, Ferraris and Rolls-Royces. But what they have done now might shock you.

Mansory has partnered up with iPhone case maker Golden Concept to create an Apple Watch case that we think looks rather familiar to something already out there.

This new accessory is available exclusively for the Apple Watch Series 7 (45mm) and it happens to look a lot like a million-dollar Richard Mille wristwatch.

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The brand made sure to keep with its materialistic theme of adding carbon fibre to everything, which is why this case is made from the very same material Mansory uses for its car modifications.

Along with the carbon fibre case, Mansory also produced some unique rubber components made from customised fluoroelastomer (FKM).

This rubber is resistant to temperatures and chemicals, and endures temperatures from -40°C up to +225°C degrees – meaning you can sail the Mediterranean or climb Mount Everest wearing your Apple Watch to track your fitness.

Colours available for the Mansory watch case

  • Sporty Mint
  • Sunset Orange
  • Lime Bliss
  • Coral White

Each of these colours refers to earlier launch colours from Mansory’s history.

For example, Sporty Mint is associated with the Rolls-Royce Cullinan Coastline and Lime Bliss with the Aston Martin DBX.

Mansory’s new carbon fibre watch cases are now available to pre-order, each costing €2,150 ($2,338), Apple Watch not included.

Deliveries are expected in June of this year.

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Ben Welham

Ben is a freelance motoring journalist who studied Journalism and previously produced daily content at DriveTribe. He has a worrying obsession with Tudor watches, and his dream car is the Porsche GT3 Touring.