Richard Mille Presents The World’s Lightest Split-second Tourbillon Chronograph: RM 50-03 McLaren F1
The RM 50-03 tourbillon split seconds chronograph ultralight McLaren F1 weighs less than 40 grams – including the new strap – which makes it the lightest mechanical chronograph ever made. This landmark has been achieved through the use of cutting-edge technical materials.
This design not only incorporates Titanium and Carbon TPT™ , more commonly known as graphene.
The RM 50-03 Tourbillon Split Seconds Chronograph Ultralight McLaren F1 is the lightest split-second chronograph in the world.
The RM 50-03 is the latest in a series of incredibly technical and formidably resistant wristwatches dedicated to the world of Formula One, of which Richard Mille is now a longstanding member.
Their first co-branded timepiece is the 50-03, a manually-wound tourbillon with hours, minutes, a split-seconds chronograph with a 30-minute totalizer, and power reserve, plus torque and function indicators controlled by the crown.
The watch weighs only 40 grams, all in, including the strap – which is incredibly light. This makes it officially the lightest split-seconds chronograph ever made, not to mention the tourbillon. On the wrist, its presence is still felt in a major way though. The watch measures only 44.5mm x 49.65mm across and 16.1mm from top to bottom.
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