Remaking the iconic RM 011: Richard Mille debuts the RM11-03 Automatic Flyback Chronograph
From strength to strength
It was in 2007 that the Richard Mille RM 011 made its mark on the world, a horology statement comprised of high-tech engineering and pure stylistic elements. Nine years on, this iconic precision machine hasn't lost an ounce of its singular charisma as the luxury Swiss watchmaker carves a new chapter of cutting-edge horology with the new RM 11-03 Automatic Flyback Chronograph that revitalises the bold aesthetics of the RM 011 for a revolutionary remake.
Consolidating nearly a decade of innovative expertise and unfailing commitment to excellence, the RM 11-03 is a visual masterpiece that captures the attention with its glossy bevelled rims and coloured chronograph counters. A graphic complexity that seems to leap off the page with a surreal 3D quality enhanced by the satin-brushed titanium upper bridge and the overlaying dial sporting an oversized annual calendar date indicator, the watch is further elevated with a new RMAC3 automatic calibre. Designed for optimal performance, the duo-barrel mounted, highly shock-resistant complication is also crafted in titanium to ensure utmost stability and a power reserve of 55 hours.
With restructured lines charting the chronograph's three-part tonneau frame for a contemporary sporty profile, the pure dynamism and avant-garde integrity stays true to the lineage of the RM 011 family while simultaneously declaring a tour de force in haute horlogerie — designating all who wear the Richard Mille RM11-03 Automatic Chronograph Flyback as boldly compelling individuals.
The RM11-03 Automatic Chronograph Flyback is available at Richard Mille boutiques.
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