Richard Mille

RM 011 Lotus F1 Team Romain Grosjean, a NTPT and rose gold automatic annual calendar wristwatch with flyback chronograph and countdown timer, Circa 2015

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Description

Founded by Richard Mille and Dominique Guenat, the iconic Richard Mille brand began producing watches in 2001. Easily recognized by their tonneau style cases and innovative designs, the brand's watches have not only become a favorite of collectors, but also of celebrities and athletes such as Rafael Nadal, Bubba Watson, Yohan Blake, and Charles Leclerc.


The present watch was designed in partnership with Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean. The case is made of NTPT, an extremely strong carbon composite. Inside is Richard Mille's RMAC1 titanium caliber which features a flyback chronograph, annual calendar, 60-minute countdown timer, and the brand's exclusive variable geometry rotor for automatic winding.


Accompanied by its original box and papers, this timepiece is highly sought after by the most serious collectors fond of haute horlogerie.

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The watch is in excellent, like-new condition. The movement is running at the time of cataloging, however, it was not tested for the accuracy of time or duration of the power reserve and may need service at the buyer's discretion. Please note that Sotheby's does not guarantee the future working of the movement.

Year
2015
Reference Number
RM 011
Complication
Flyback Chronograph, Annual Calendar
Gender
Men's, Women's, Unisex
Dial Color(s)
Black, Semi-skeletonized
Dial Numerals
Arabic
Caliber
RMAC1
Movement Type
Automatic
Case Size (mm)
50 x 40
Case Back
Secured by screws, Sapphire display-back
Band Material
Rubber
Clasp Type
Deployant buckle
Signature
Dial, Case, Movement
Box
Yes
Papers
Yes
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