Game, Set, Watch

Richard Mille RM 67-02

Richard Mille is known for its out-of-the-box approach to horology. Their timepieces are always interesting, sometimes scary (remember that spider dial?), consistently thought-provoking. Richard Mille partners with achievers in various fields, as excellence seeks out excellence. They say you are who your friends are, and if that’s true, then Richard Mille is amazing. After all, how else could you describe the likes of skier Alexis Pinturault, Rally champion Sébastien Ogier, and Formula 1 drivers Charles Leclerc and Fernando Alonso?

The most recent person to join the Richard Mille team is tennis player Alexander Zverev. He is ranked no. 3 in the world and hails from Germany. While he may be new to the ranks of Richard Mille, he has proven his skill and talent in the sporting world. And of course, Richard Mille has provided a watch worthy of his athleticism and stature.

The RM 67-02 is an automatic calibre watch, built to withstand pressure, both from the heat of competition, and from the constant impact and exertion from different sports. It is the 7th Richard Mille in-house calibre. Built to last through competitions and championships, the watch weighs in at a featherweight 32 grams. The Carbon TPT® and red Quartz TPT® in the RM 67-02 will be put to the test indeed. Knowing Richard Mille and their penchant for perfection, we are sure this watch will exceed expectations.

The innovative point of this watch is that it was envisioned to be adaptable for various sporting disciplines. The different athlete partners of Richard Mille have personalized their watch, so to speak, with their respective country’s colors. The vibrancy of the comfort strap is perfect for the athlete, or fan, who wants to wear their colors on their wrist.

For this version, crafted with Alexander Zverev in mind, the watch is meant to be tested to the limits. All watches undergo different tests, but this one will not be tested merely in laboratories. No, this one will be tested on tennis courts across the globe. The world will be its laboratory.