This Richard Mille is officially the world’s thinnest watch costing Rs 9.5 crore
It has limited 150 pieces
The RM UP-01 Ferrari now has the record for the thinnest watch, leaving behind the Bulgari Octo Finissimo Ultra by 0.05mm. The watch is claimed to have a thickness of 1.75mm, so even the term “wafer thin” doesn’t seem applicable, unless said wafer was sliced in half by a katana. The best feature about this watch is actually the leather strap attached to it.
It’s actually the coolest thing to have come out of Richard Mille’s five-year partnership with Ferrari, so we can expect to see it on the wrists of Carlos Sainz or Charles LeClerc very soon. This watch however doesn’t need to adorn the wrist of potential F1 champions in order to be talked about. It also costs a solid Rs 9.5 Crore (before taxes) and is limited to 150 pieces, which are undoubtedly spoken for.
According to Richard Mille 6000 hours have gone into developing and lab testing this masterpiece and clearly the hardwork has paid off. Because this will go down as one of the biggest feats of mechanical engineering and artistry in history. What you’re looking at, is arguably the watch of the decade.