The Swiss watch brand Richard Mille unveiled another automatic timepiece but this time its extra flat and new movement. The new RM 67-10 watch manages barrel-shape housed in a Slimline format. A technical feature wasn’t easy to achieve without difficulty. Each unit is the result of more than 215 machining operations.

This automatic watch with clean lines display has a thickness of only 7.75mm. It is run by the skeletonized movement with automatic winding CRMA6, a new class 3.6mm thick only, which gives the hours, minutes, date indicators and a 50-hour power reserve. The back of the movement reveals a high degree of skeleton, developed for maximum visibility of cylinder, the rotor, the gear train and the bridges of the automatic winding mechanism. The RM 67-01 Automatic Slimline will watch be presented as part of the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, to be held from 18 to 22 January 2016 in Geneva.

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