Richard Mille RM 60-01 Les Voiles de St. Barth

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Equipped with an ingenious orientation system that allows you to orient yourself in both terrestrial hemispheres.

Condensing in a mechanical watch the information necessary for those who go to sea by profession involves assorted criticalities spread on several levels. Because it requires an excellent technical basis but also the necessary skill to make everything extremely readable and understandable. 

Almost unique quality – even if at first glance it would not seem like it – of the Richard Mille RM 60-01 Les Voiles de St. Barth (209 thousand euros, in 80 units). An automatic flyback Chrono with central seconds counter, 60-minute countdown, an annual calendar, and second time zone. But above all with an ingenious orientation system which, by pointing the arrow hand towards the sun and aligning the time of the moment expressed on the Carbon TPT bezel, allows you to orient yourself in both terrestrial hemispheres. All in a 50mm titanium and Carbon TPT case. 

By: Amber V. 

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