Richard Mille watches are undoubtedly technically advanced. The brand launched a watch at SIHH 2012 with a case entirely made of sapphire. Richard Mille’s watches are advanced in technology and made of cutting-edge materials. Aesthetic craftsmanship is always hidden in their complex watches.
The Richard Mille Tourbillon G-Sensor RM 036 watch is equipped with a newly developed mechanical gravity sensor. At 12 o’clock, there is an arc-shaped display that shows the weight of the wearer. The green part represents the safety level and the red represents criticality.
Richard Mille’s friend, Jean Todt, FIA chairman, is very familiar with gravity. Trained F1 drivers endure 3-5 G in each race. Not only do their bodies have to withstand these extreme loads, they are still vigilant, can listen to advice from engineers, and so on. The gravitational force experienced during the rapid deceleration is inspired by the watch’s gravity sensor, which indicates whether the level of gravity is safe for the body to cope with.
The road safety theme continues, and the proceeds from each titanium version of the Richard Mille Tourbillon G-Sensor RM 036 will be used to help the global road safety movement.