The $850,000 watch is from Swiss watchmaker Richard Mille and is called the RM-27 02 Whirpool Rafael Nadal. It weighs 20 grams, which is, crazily, just under the weight of four quarters (in case you were wondering how Nadal can play so well with it on his wrist). I’d tell you more about it, but the specs are mostly gibberish to the layperson and the videos describing it were so pretentious I felt like I’d been hanging with Jeremy Piven. Click that link for more info, just in case you have a few million around and feel like treating yo’ self. (Reuters). The weirdest thing about the watch is tha
Rafael Nadal won the French Open for the 11th time and one incident brought attention to his most expensive piece of equipment, his $725,000 Richard Mille watch. During the men's singles final, Nadal's left hand began to cramp. As Nadal received treatment for his hand and he continued to massage it for several minutes after, the cameras frequently zoomed in on his hands and the orange watch. Nadal's latest version of the watch is the RM27-03, valued at $725,000, according to Forbes. That is actually a tad below the $775,000 pricetag on his previous RM27-02, which Nadal first wor
Richard Mille Rafael Nadal watches are some of the most exquisite and expensive timepieces available. It's difficult to find a new RM Rafael Nadal watch for less than 100,000 euros. The prices are so exorbitant due to the timepieces' time-consuming production. Constructing the case alone takes a long time due to its complexity. The cases are usually domed, in tonneau form, and made of modern materials such as carbon fibers or magnesium alloys. Thanks to these materials, Richard Mille has reduced the weight of their watches to record-breaking new lows. This manufacturer also offers or
But among Nadal’s fellow players, the $775,000 Richard Mille watch he wears during play inspires almost as much curiosity. When a player wins the French Open nine times, as only Rafael Nadal has done, there are perks. Take, for example, Nadal’s $775,000 watch. At Roland Garros this year, everyone wants to know if this is the year Nadal’s reign finally ends. But among Nadal’s fellow players, the watch, made by luxury Swiss watch company Richard Mille, inspires To Read the Full Story. Subscribe Sign In.
Like most tennis greats, Rafael Nadal's name and likeness help sell everything from T-shirts to sneakers and cars to underwear. But only Nadal has shown a talent for selling out watches that cost a half-million dollars or more. Through his sponsorship deal with Swiss watchmaker Richard Mille, Nadal has already sold out two production runs of watches made in his honor. The first, the RM 027, retailed for $500,000 and quickly sold out. The second, the RM 27-01, was priced at $690,000 and also sold out. Only 50 of each watch were made. Now, Richard Mille has come out with Rafa watch No. 3, o
Rafael Nadal sported his new RM 27-02 timepiece by Swiss luxury maker Richard Mille at Queen's Club in London. It can withstand 5,000 Gs of G-force as he hurls himself around the court. He sported new RM 27-02 timepiece by Swiss luxury maker Richard Mille. The tennis star has worn similar watches by the same maker since 2010. He is 22nd in business magazine Forbes' list of highest paid athletes. By David Wilkes for the Daily Mail.
During 2015, time seemed to speed up for Rafael Nadal, as if the hands of the watch were turning faster. While some observers, the least clairvoyant no doubt, suggested the Majorcan had suddenly aged, Nadal himself took everything in his stride with a certain degree of equanimity. Certainly, the Spaniard, who had been the king of clay courts for a long time, went through a difficult season; he readily admits it himself.
Richard Mille is ensuring that tennis star Rafael Nadal will take to the clay courts of the French Open in style. The Swiss luxury watch manufacturer has developed an exclusive timepiece commemorating Nadal's pursuit of his tenth French Open title. In addition to a tourbillon, the RM 27-02 is full of radical innovations, including a construction that flawlessly combines the back, bezel, and movement baseplates. It's made of a completely novel material known as TPT Quartz, which fuses hundreds of layers of quartz and carbon into a hard, durable case for the timepiece. Advertisement -
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Rafael Nadal Parera (Catalan: [rəˈfɛl nəˈðal pəˈɾeɾə], Spanish: [rafaˈel naˈðal paˈɾeɾa]; born 3 June 1986) is a Spanish professional tennis player, currently world No. 2 in men's singles tennis by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). Nadal has won 17 Grand Slam singles titles, the second most in history for a male player, as well as a record 33 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles, 20 ATP World Tour 500 tournaments, and the 2008 Olympic gold medal in singles. In addition, Nadal has held the
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Rafael Nadal celebrates with the trophy after winning the French Open, on June 11, 2012 in Paris (AFP Photo/Francois Guillot) © AFP. A hotel worker has been arrested for allegedly stealing a ₤250,000 watch from Spanish tennis superstar Rafael Nadal. The employee reportedly snatched the lavish timepiece from Nadal's suite at a five-star luxury hotel in Paris. Rafael Nadal said he put the watch by his bedside in the evening but the next morning the jewel-encrusted gadget was gone. It was lent to Nadal for the tournament by watchmakers Richard Mille. Nadal’s parents discovered the theft on T
Richard Mille's partnership with champion Tennis player Rafael Nadal made huge headlines in 2010 when Nadal was seen professionally playing tennis while wearing a watch. Not just that, but the ultra-high tech watch came with a retail price of over $500,000, and as you can see the follow-up model is  This year, Richard Mille's Nadal watch is back with a sequel. The new watch is back on the wrist of the still winning Nadal, and it is more spectacular and even lighter than ever. If the idea that a tennis player wearing a watch while professionally playing sounds odd to you, then you are correct. Nothing makes less sense than placing a potentially distracting item on the wrist of someone like Rafael Nadal while he is competing. Nevertheless, Nadal still wore it and won. It isn't clear whether Nadal feels the lightweight nature of the watch deserves credit, but at least one of them i
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Rafael Nadal is wearing a little something extra on his wrist at the French Open this year, and it's worth more than a half-million dollars. The tennis superstar is equipped with a valuable watch under a new sponsorship agreement. The Independent reports that the timepiece is a "specially designed lightweight watch, only 50 of which will go on sale." Total cost? $535,000. According to the New York Times, the arrangement is unusual because "most [tennis players] who are paid to wear luxury watches do so only at press conferences and charity matches." Scroll down to see
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