Richard Mille Material

There’s a reason why Richard Mille is being labeled as “the secret billionaire’s handshake.” Richard Mille’s timepieces are extremely expensive, highly complex sports watches designed for everyday use.

Richard Mille offers “high-priced” and super high-end-luxury wristwatches” through an ingenious blend of clever marketing methodologies and innovation.

Audemars Piguet 2022

Audemars Piguet has a history of one and a half-century, but this year is special for AP as the icon has turned 50 years. To mark this occasion, Audemars Piguet has released a much-anticipated lineup. The most well-known Swiss watchmakers have done a great job and they lived up to the drum rolls. .

Audemars Piguet had decided to pay homage to some of the most famous models from its inception in 1972, with slight updates in terms of dials, cases, bracelets as well as new caliber. However, the good thing is that the Audemars Piguet's jubilee edition has models that are in the permanent collection beyond 2022. .

RM56-02

Richard Mille truly masters the art of complacency. The brand knows how to turn heads by creating incredible watches. The introduction of the RM 056 again set the bars so high, it was not less than a landmark in the watch industry to come up with such technical triumph.

The watchmaking history never had such a tough case design for such an intricate movement purely made in sapphire. Right after the RM 056, the debut was followed by under the name RM 56-01. And then another model launched as the RM 56-02 sapphire with the latest movements. .

Royal Oak Jumbo

This year 2022 is marked as one of the most important years for the Audemars Piguet, as they’re celebrating the brand’s 50th anniversary. This history brand has decided to be very straightforward for this year’s releases to keep the significance alive.
Audemars Piguet is releasing the most desirable, sleek, and stylish model called the New jumbo extra thin reference -16202, Along with a vast range of automatic models to mark the golden jubilee year.
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