Olympic Gold medallist and world-record holder for the 300 and 400 metres, the pluridisciplinary athlete Wayde van Niekerk is the only sprinter to have run the 100 metres in under 10 seconds, the 200 metres in less than 20 seconds, the 300 metres in less than 31 seconds , and the 400 metres in under 44 seconds. On its wrist during the World Championships in Athletics at the Olympic stadium in London, the public will have an opportunity to discover the new RM 67-02 Sprint.
The desire to create a watch that was so uniquely adapted it was practically a second skin for the athlete, permitting a sort of ‘symbiosis’ with the athlete was the guiding ambition that propelled this new development.
FAST-ROTATING BARREL (5 hours per revolution instead of 7.5 hours) - The phenomenon of periodic internal mainspring adhesion is significantly diminished, thereby increasing performance
SPLINE SCREWS IN GRADE 5 TITANIUM FOR THE BRIDGES This permits better control of the torque applied to the screws during assembly.
FREE-SPRUNG BALANCE WITH VARIABLE INERTIA This mechanism guarantees greater reliability when subjected to shock, and during movement assembly or disassembly, hence better chronometric results over time.
CALIBRE CRMA7 Automatic skeletonised winding movement with hours and minutes.
FREE SPRUNG BALANCE WITH VARIABLE INERTIA This mechanism guarantees greater reliability when subjected to shock, and during movement assembly or disassembly, hence better chronometric results over time. The regulator index is eliminated, and a more accurate and repeatable adjustment is possible, thanks to 4 small adjustable weights located directly on the balance. POWER RESERVE Circa 50 hours (±10%). OTHER FEATURES - Movement dimensions: 28.40 x 31.25 - Thickness: 3.60 mm - Jewels: