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Richard Mille
REF RM008 AF PT PLATINUM TOURBILLON SPLIT-SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE AND TORQUE INDICATION CIRCA 2006
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REF RM008 AF PT PLATINUM TOURBILLON SPLIT-SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE AND TORQUE INDICATION CIRCA 2006
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Richard Mille
REF RM008 AF PT PLATINUM TOURBILLON SPLIT-SECONDS CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH POWER RESERVE AND TORQUE INDICATION CIRCA 2006
Dial: skeletonised
Calibre: cal. RM-008-V1 manual winding, 37 jewels
Movement number: 013
Case: Platinum, sapphire crystal display back secured by 8 screws
Case number:  24
Closure: grey Richard Mille Velcro strap and additional Richard Mille crocodile strap and deployant buckle
Size: 48 mm length x 39.7 mm width
Signed: case, dial and movement
Accessories: none
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Catalogue Note

Inspired by Formula 1 racing, the RM008 is one of the most complicated wristwatch that Richard Mille had ever made. Composed over 500 parts, the split second chronograph function is highly desirable among racing enthusiast.

With a torque indicator supplies information about the tension of the mainspring, and allows the optimization of the chronometric functioning of the movement.

For the Split-seconds chronograph, user can start and stop the chronograph function via the pusher located on the lower left at 8. The hands can be reset by another pusher located on the upper left at 10. One of the characteristics developed for the RM 008 is the almost complete elimination of initial jumping in the chronograph seconds hand.

Featuring a tourbillon carriage made up of 85 parts and weight only 0.34g, pushing the complexity of horology to another level.

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