Richard Mille RM011 Black Evening – Review x Photos


I know full well to all of us that Richard Mille likes to play by using material within their watches, and cases especially. Right now you’ve seen virtually from steel to gold, to carbon as well as azure! This time around Richard Mille decides to make use of certainly one of their latest inventions, the NTPT (North Thin Ply Technology) Carbon and mix it using the black/red-colored dial of (perhaps) their most legendary and recognized watch today, creating new known as RM011 Black Evening.


If you want Richard Mille then you’re certainly acquainted with the RM011 – their most widely used flyback chronograph having a date and month indication. Yes, many versions from the watch happen to be made, including an NTPT situation for that Romain Grosjean Lotus F1 special edition. That one though is certainly my new favorite. I really like black dials, I really like just a little touch of red-colored, and however the ‘pressed’ appearance of that NTPT situation adds some nervousness towards the watch. It can be a watch that you’d take a look at every minute approximately, while putting on it, and also you wouldn’t even look into the time – all of the attention is going to be snapped up through the particulars from the dial and casing!



The brand new RM011 Black Evening, much like his siblings (other RM011′s), includes a large date window north from the dial center, a more compact month window between 4 and 5 o’ clock, along with a chronograph function with centered seconds and a pair of off-centered shows right and left from the center.


Hopefully Richard Mille doesn’t stop surprising us with new and various materials and improvements within the years ahead therefore we don’t exhaust awesome stuff to publish about ) Meanwhile have a couple more photos produced by our digital photographer James Cole, and stay tuned tomorrow for additional watch news and reviews!