Richard Mille is synonymous for luxury sports replica watches, or maybe even synonymous for the ultimate luxury in sports replica watches. Whether it’s a big round dive replica watch with a tourbillon or a an extremely light-weight tonneau shaped replica watch with a tourbillon that can be worn when playing golf, like the RM038 Bubba Watson Tourbillon; Richard Mille creates timepieces for people who also have a Black Card for a credit card and a Vertu instead of a boring middle-class iPhone.
What sets Richard Mille’s replica watches apart from the crowd, are the iconic case designs and the unmistakably recognizable three-dimensional sculptures that his mechanical movements are. Richard Mille has taken luxury sports replica watches to a level, where even the veterans of the replica watch industry didn’t dare to go.
This week Richard Mille announced four new replica watches. There will be a black edition of the RM 055 Bubba Watson (being the Bubba Watson replica watch without the tourbillon), two tourbillon replica watches in a carbon case and one relatively simple dive replica watch with striking orange accents: the RM 028 Orange Flash.
The limited edition RM 028 Orange Flash comes at a price of € 86.500 Euro including 21% tax, exclusive for the Richard Mille Boutiques and official retailers in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and countries of the former Soviet Republic. The other three models are also exclusively for the EMEA region.
One of them is the RM 055 Black Edition, which is the black version of this replica watch below that I tried on my wrist at the infamous Schnitzel Dinner during the recent Baselworld fair. Because my photo (taken with my ‘mundane’ iPhone in low light) was really awful, I’ll use a much better photo (borrowed from a Japanese website). The RM 055is very light, wear super comfortable and features, like all Richard Mille timepieces, a mechanical movement that is skeletonized to the max. It comes at a price of € 90.500 Euros including 21% tax.
For more information, please visit the Richard Mille website.