The $245,000 Richard Mille RM 032 ditches brand’s iconic shape

by | Apr 21, 2022 - 12:31PM | Watches

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Most people are familiar with Richard Mille’s iconic tonneau shape but the company also makes a different type of watch, the RM 032, which comes with a more traditional round case.

This is the latest iteration.

It’s called the ‘Les Voiles de Saint Barth’ and this being RM, it is wildly expensive: it costs $245,000.

The RM 032 is an ISO-certified diver, powered by an automatic flyback chronograph and it’s water-resistant up to 300m

READ MORE: Thief snatches $320k Richard Mille watch off Charles Leclerc’s wrist

As ever, Richard Mille has used all sorts of precious metals and materials to build it.

The sandblasted and PVD-coated case is made from blue and white Quartz, combined with elements in carbon and grade 5 titanium, which was also used for the movement, along with 18k white gold and ceramic.

However, Richard Mille’s attention to detail (some would use the word ‘obsession’) comes at a price: it’s $245,000.

And that’s only if you can get it – partly because only 120 units will be made – but mostly because RMs are notoriously impossible to get at retail.

But that’s an entirely different conversation.

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