Richard Mille, “RM 027 Tourbilon RAFAEL NADAL” for Only Watch This is the very watch worn by Rafael Nadal when he won the 2011 Monte Carlo championships for the seventh year running. Fine and unique, very light, tonneau shaped and curved, prototype carbon, titanium and Lital wristwatch with visible one-minute tourbillon regulator. Complete with presentation Box and certificate.
Case: Monobloc composed of a composite of predominantly carbon. Bezel with 8 special milled titanium screws, rubber-coated winding crown, a curved and antireflective sapphire crystal.
Dial: Upper flange with white minute divisions, 5-minute luminous dot markers, titanium skeleton hands with superluminova tips.
Movement: Caliber RM027 : titanium and Lital® alloy baseplate with aluminum-lithium bridges. Movement weight : 3.83g and resistance to G forces : 800 G. Variable inertia, free sprung balance. Balance in GLUCYDUR, 2 arms, 4 setting screws, barrel pawl with progressive recoil & winding barrel teeth and third-wheel pinion with central involute profile. 19 jewels. Watch weight without strap : circa 13 g Dial, case and movement signed. Dimensions: 48 mm x 39,70 mm x 11,85 mm.
Estimated Price: 400,000 – 600,000
Realised Price: 510,000