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RM 63-01 Dizzy Hands

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    RM 63-01 DIZZY HANDS

It draws its inspiration from the first lines of a poem entitled Le Temps, written by Gerard de Nerval, a grand exponent of the French romantic tradition of his day: “Le Temps ne suprend pas le sage ; Mais du Temps le sage se rit, Car lui seul en connait l’usage…” Time does not surprise the wise, but of the Time the wise laughs, as only he knows how to use it. With the first quick glance, nothing gives away the unusual horological creation inside this timepiece, except perhaps the visual layout of the hours. In every detail, part and mechanical solution one can see that this is pure Richard Mille in every sense. However, when the pusher in the center of the crown is depressed once, a slow motion ballet begins: the sapphire glass dial begins to slowly rotate counterclockwise, as the hour hand moves clockwise, both at different speeds.

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