Richard Miller Releases Rm 36-01 Tourbillon Gravity Watch

The Richard Mille family’s gravity sensor mechanical watch is a new member. The new RM 36-01 Sébastien Loeb tourbillon gravity measurement watch comes from Richard Mille and WRC World Auto Rally Championship ace driver Sebas. The close collaboration of Sébastien Loeb, who has won the world championship title for nine consecutive times, and set a new world record again at Pikes Peak in 2013.

   It inherits the excellent quality of the previously launched RM 036 G-force sensor mechanical watch series. This new tourbillon watch has a 70-hour power reserve indicator at 2 o’clock, a function selector at 4 o’clock, and a gravity sensor under the central circular sapphire crystal. The diameter of the case is 47.70 mm. The main case is made of carbon nanotubes. The fixed bezel and caseback are made of titanium. The unusual design makes the watch clear and easy to read. It is treated with Grade 5 titanium and black PVD coating. Contrasting movement parts.

   The key to mastering this new timepiece is the brown ceramic rotating bezel: Gently rotating the bezel, the gravity sensor can rotate in all directions, and the rider can see a large turn, or a horizontal deceleration during acceleration and sudden braking. And longitudinal stress. The sensor is directly connected to the bezel and sapphire crystal, and can sense up to 6G of force. The scale display allows the driver to know whether the deceleration is safe (green area) or dangerous (red area). Just press the center button and the zeroing operation can be done easily. The production process of this watch requires extremely complicated assembly and debugging, which is another innovative breakthrough in horological technology. Some parts on the bottom plate of the movement and other parts of the movement are connected to the bezel and sapphire crystal. The latter can be flexibly rotated and adjusted, and at the same time participate in accurate time recording. Limited edition of 30 watches, Loeb will wear this extraordinary watch in the WTCC World Touring Car Championship and other events.