Davido Receive RM 11-03 Le Mans Classic As Birthday Gift Worth Over 58million Naira

Davido receive RM 11-03 Le Mans Classic Watch as birthday gift. davido made this known on his official instagram page.

@davidoofficial “Early Bday Gift 🎁 @richardmilleofficial … No cap !! 😀🤯🤑🤑🤑🤑 Do the maths 🤧 @bernardcollignon” 
Richard Mille retires the RM 011 to make room for its successor, and this week’s Watch to Watch, the newly introduced RM 11-03. Richard Mille’s watchmakers designed the new watch’s automatic movement, Caliber RMAC3, to “bring its complexity to the fore visually,” according to the company. Some of the notable elements include glossy beveled rims, marked with intermediate times, which surround the colorful subdial counters for the flyback chronograph and the seconds display; an upper bridge in satin-brushed grade 5 titanium that contrasts with the PVD-coated titanium parts of the movement; and an outsized date window to draw attention to the watch’s annual calendar functions. The 12-hour chronograph counter shares a subdial with a countdown function


On the backside of the movement, a satin-brushed PVD-treated lower bridge highlights the double-barrel mechanism while the new variable-geometry rotor, made of grade 5 titanium, evokes the aerodynamic designs common in Formula 1 automobiles. This type of rotor, which is exclusive to Richard Mille, allows the watch’s wearer to adjust the automatic winding of the watch to the level of his or her activity by varying its inertia by means of two microblasted and chamfered wings in 18K white gold. Mounted on ceramic ball bearings and made of satin-brushed, PVD-treated titanium, the rotor offers six possible positions.  These pushers, in turn, are protected by covers made of NTPT carbon, a material also used commonly in F1 race cars. The watch’s case — available in rose gold, titanium, or a combo of both — is held together by 20 grade 5 titanium spline screws and features a nonreflective sapphire exhibition back that reveals the movement’s many parts and mechanisms. Prices are $115,000 in titanium, $130,000 for titanium and rose gold, and $160,000 in all rose gold.


Photo Philippe Louzon

source: watchtime.com


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