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Top Quality Richard Mille RM 50-01 G-Sensor Tourbillon Chronograph Watch Replica

Top Quality Richard Mille RM 50-01 G-Sensor Tourbillon Chronograph Watch Replica

Now, whether or not glancing down at one’s Top Quality Richard Mille RM 50-01 G-Sensor Tourbillon Chronograph Watch Replica at 150mph is a prudent thing to do is probably a question best left to experts like Richard Mille ambassador and Lotus F1 driver Romain Grosjean, for whom the watch was designed. Our mission this time around, is merely to glance down at our wrist for impressions of this spectacular watch at zero miles-per-hour.

It all comes in a surprisingly compact design given its 500-plus components. Unsurprisingly, it also yields a dial that has a lot going on which is par for the course with any Richard Mille RM 50-01 Watch Replica . However, a closer inspection reveals a breakdown of the usual suspects: a running seconds counter at 6:00, a 30-minute chronograph counter at 9:00 (started and stopped by pushers at 8:00 and 10:00, respectively), a “gearbox” indicator at 4:00 showing crown position (Winding, Neutral, Hand-setting), and the yellow G-sensor at 12:00, which swings from zero to a weighty 6 Gs, and can be reset from the pusher just above the crown at 2:00.

Collaborative partnerships between ultra high-end watchmakers and the supercar elite aren’t exactly hard to come by in this day and age.

So not only does it take a special type of vehicle to create these incredible forces, and a special type of driver to harness them, it also takes a very special watch to endure and simultaneously measure them. The G-force sensor is a particular novelty aimed at F1 drivers, who might find it handy while being routinely subjected to powerful G forces whilst out on the course.

It all comes in a surprisingly compact design given its 500-plus components. Unsurprisingly, it also yields a dial that has a lot going on which is par for the course with any Richard Mille watch. However, a closer inspection reveals a breakdown of the usual suspects: a running seconds counter at 6:00, a 30-minute chronograph counter at 9:00 (started and stopped by pushers at 8:00 and 10:00, respectively), a “gearbox” indicator at 4:00 showing crown position (Winding, Neutral, Hand-setting), and the yellow G-sensor at 12:00, which swings from zero to a weighty 6 Gs, and can be reset from the pusher just above the crown at 2:00.

Granted, we’ve seen Richard Mille Watch Replica before (last time, in 2014 with the RM36-01 built for rally car driver Sebastien Loeb), but this time around, the Swiss watchmaker has doubled down. They have added not just a manually wound column wheel chronograph, but a tourbillon as well.For obvious reasons, we’ll just be taking Richard Mille at his word that the sensor works as intended, should the need ever arise.

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