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First presented in 2001, Richard Mille watches represented a break with historical traditions and a look forward to new horizons in watchmaking. The distinctive look of a Richard Mille timepiece integrates the latest innovations from research and development into new materials in the worlds of aeronautics and Formula 1.
The result is high-tech watches that use lightweight materials, like the RM 027 model introduced in 2010, which is the lightest tourbillon watch in the world with a movement that weighs a mere 3.83 grammes. World-famous tennis player Rafael Nadal wore this particular model when he won the Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open tournaments in the same year.
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