29 May 2008
RICHARD MILLE, "RM 004-V2"
TITANIUM MANUAL-WINDING TONNEAU-SHAPED SPLIT-SECONDS COLUMN-WHEEL CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH CARBON FIBRE MOVEMENT, FUNCTION SELECTION, POWER-RESERVE AND TORQUE INDICATION
MANUFACTURED IN 2005
Calibre RM 004-V2 carbon nanofibre movement, 37 jewels, 2-arm glucydur screw balance, the transparent dial with painted Arabic numerals and luminescent applied hour markers, tachymetric scale on the flange, two subrings for small seconds and minute counter, power-reserve indicator at 11, torque between 1 and 2, and selected function display at 4, in three-part case, curved and tonneau-shaped, transparent back fastened by eight milled titanium screws, chronograph pusher at 8 for start/stop, at 10 for reset, split-seconds pusher at 4, titanium RM buckle, case, dial and movement signed
Dimensions: 48 x 39 mm.
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Accompanied by a Richard Mille certificate.
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