Richard Mille RM UP-01 Ferrari released the world’s thinnest watch with a thickness of 1.75 MM worth $1.75 Million
Watchmakers have been making some of the best timepieces and innovating incredible mechanism tech that makes their watches some of the best in the world. Richard Mille is among them who makes some of the most premium and high-end expensive watches and has done tremendous innovation and has collaborated with many famous brands and celebrities to make the craziest timepieces. Richard Mille released the world’s thinnest watch, Richard Mille RM UP-01 Ferrari in collaboration with the legendary automotive brand.
|RM UP-01 Ferrari
|Grade 5 Titanium
|41.4 mm x 28.8 mm
|Caliber RMUP-01 in-house
|4 Hz, 23 jewels, 45-hour power reserve
Legendary automotive company Ferrari is known for making some of the most iconic and crazy fast cars in the industry. The automaker collaborated with Richard Mille to make the world’s thinnest tourbillon watch with a thickness of 1.75 mm which is insane. The watchmaker broke several records in terms of technological advancements with the watch with its paper-thin design. Both Ferrari and Richard Mille are known for pushing boundaries with their innovative design and technology captivated with incredible thrill meant to dominate the tribe.
The Richard Mille RM UP-01 Ferrari self-winding ultraflat features a gorgeously-designed case with grade 5 titanium and sapphire crystal on top with a titanium alloy that makes it durable and offers a more premium feel. The watch uses a manual winding caliber RMUP01 movement developed in-house with the utmost precision. The RM UP-01 Ferrari offers a water resistance of 10 meters and the most unique mechanical movement with its patented ultra-flat manual winding movement with a variable-inertia balance wheel with titanium wheel with hours, minutes, and function selector. This limited edition watch will have a production run of just 150 models costing over a whopping seven-figure price tag.
The Richard Mille RM UP-01 Ferrari is a high-end and the world’s thinnest watch and will be limited to only 150 models each costing over a hefty $1.75 million.