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Hands-On The Richard Mille RM 66 Flying Tourbillon Is A Handsome Devil (Video)

This million-dollar watch is a rockstar's dream.


Richard Mille isn't really known for its toned-down classic designs. If you want something elegant to go with your favorite suit, you might want to look elsewhere – unless power clashing is your thing, which I can totally get behind. That's why, earlier this year when it released the RM 66 Flying Tourbillon with a red gold skeletonized hand holding up the devil's horn sign, it didn't surprise me all that much (nor did the $1,095,000 price tag). What actually shocked me was that RM allowed me to get my grubby little hands on one for an hour or so to shoot some video footage.

phone on wrist with hand in jacket pocket

Now, this watch isn't necessarily my style, but it's crammed with enough horological tech (flying tourbillions are always amazing and cost a pretty penny to manufacture), top-notch materials, and finishing to keep me interested. I definitely give it some respect. If you want to hear more about my short time with this watch please tune into the accompanying video. Rock on!

watch on wrist with hands holding up devil horns

Richard Mille RM 66 Flying Tourbillon: 42.7mm wide, 49.94mm lug-to-lug, 16.5mm thickness; Satin-brushed stainless steel; red gold skeletonized hand in devil's horn symbol; Carbon TPT bezel and caseback; Grade 5 titanium base plate and bridges, 50m water resistance; Caliber RM66 Manual winding tourbillon movement with hours and minutes, 72 hour power reserve; Retail Price: $1,095,000, Limited: 50 pieces.

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For more information on the RM 66, visit Richard Mille.