Richard Miller Launches Rm 07-02 Pink Sapphire Women’s Watch

In recent years, women have gradually viewed the watchmaking industry from a new perspective. On the one hand, they still favor jewellery-encrusted watches; on the other, they are increasingly fascinated by the complexity and technicality of watchmaking. Swiss luxury watchmaker Richard Miller has specially designed the new RM 07-02 pink sapphire ladies watch to meet the needs of these customers.
   The RM 07-02 Pink Sapphire Women’s Watch is inspired by the famous Pink Lady cocktail and the spiritual trends it contains. The barrel-shaped case is made of a single piece of pink sapphire and measures 46.75 mm x 32.90 mm x 14.35 mm. Case processing is a challenge from both an engineering and a technical standpoint, with no room for error. The entire machining and retouching process took nearly forty days to reach Richard Miller’s uncompromising standard, and then it was tested countless times to ensure it met the requirements for impact resistance and comfort.
   The pink case has a triple structure and is ergonomic. It is equipped with a unique new self-made CRMA5 self-winding mechanical movement. The 5N gold hollow substrate is micro-blasted and set with diamonds. In addition, the dial flange and bridge are also made of 5N gold, the latter is manually chamfered and retouched, even if it is located deep in the movement, it is still difficult to hide the charm.
   Continuing the consistent features of the RM series, RM 07-02 applies a number of outstanding technologies, such as hand retouching, golden bridge inlaying, a variable inertia balance wheel to ensure the long-term perfect operation of the movement, and diamond inlaid, which can be adjusted with the wearer’s 18K 5N Red gold variable geometry automatic disc. An onyx and diamond central dial, a 5N red gold crown, and a white alligator leather strap with a titanium pin buckle round off this remarkable creation.