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Before the record-setting 20-gram RM 027 created by Richard Mille for the hardest-hitting tennis player on Earth, Rafael Nadal, he had already focused on optimizing shock-resistance, durability and comfort in his timepieces. The quality most important to achieving all this is lightness. The RM 009 should rightly be considered one of the most ambitious of his forays into pioneering technology, and it will one day be recognized as one of the most significant horological achievements of all time. This is why...
“The machine does not isolate man from the great problems of nature but plunges him more deeply into them.” — Antoine de Saint Expury, Wind, Sand, and Stars, 1939.