The world's thinnest mechanical watch, 1.75mm thick - priced at 1.9 million USD, the whole world has only 150 pieces || World thinnest watch price
Recently, Swiss luxury watch company Richard Mille has announced the world's thinnest manual-winding mechanical watch - the RM UP-01 Ferrari.

With an unbelievably thin 1.75mm, this product surpasses the previous record of Bulgari Octo Finissimo Ultra by 0.05mm. For comparison, the Apple Watch Series 7 is 10.7mm thick, and stacking 6 RM UP-01 Ferraris on top of each other still doesn't reach the thickness of an Apple Watch!

The majority of materials used for this watch are from Titanium (90%), Aluminum (6%) and Vanadium (4%). This blend is normally only used in advanced aerospace applications, increasing the strength of the material compared to pure titanium.

The RM UP-01 Ferrari can withstand accelerations of more than 5,000 Gs and is water resistant to a depth of 10m. The movement as well as the internal components that make the watch work were co-developed with Audemars Piguet Renaud & Papi.

Richard Mille also collaborated with the famous luxury car company Ferrari, which was made in 6,000 hours and tested in the laboratory.

Although not too knowledgeable about watches, but with only 1.75mm parameter, it is enough to see how high the craftsmanship level of the "artisans" is.

Currently, the Richard Mille RM UP-01 Ferrari watch is limited to 150 pieces and will retail for up to 1,888,000 USD


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