High quality and craftsmanship you can literally see are the two main qualities of the Richard Mille RM 055 Bubba Watson watch. The face of the watch, and the back plate, are both clear so that you can see the inner-workings of the tiny elements that make up the watch's moving parts. The process of displaying the working parts and then enhancing those parts to be better seen is called skeletonization. A similar technique was used in the 2011 version of this watch which was called the RM 038 Bubba Watson. It is a look that gives this watch a rugged texture that became extremely popular when the 038 was released.
The RM 055 Bubba Watson has a durable shell made from grade five titanium. You can feel the quality of the case when you run your finger across it. The polished but still rough exterior adds a different level of beauty to this watch. The watch is said to be able to handle nearly 500-Gs of acceleration and it is also built to withstand the shock of activities such as climbing and hiking. This luxury watch has a power reserve that can retain up to 55 hours of energy, which means that you will run out of energy on any given day long before your watch does.
The Art of Time series are watches that are not only built to the high standards of Richard Mille, but they are also selling at prices only seen for works of art at the best auctions. The cases used in the Art of Time series are manufacturer using a very special sapphire crystal technology. They are uniquely beautiful, extremely durable and take weeks to manufacture. The factory used to make these new cases is owned by Richard Mille and has been uniquely outfitted to meet the needs of the Art of Time series. It is just one more thing that separates Richard Mille watches from the competition.
The Richard Mille Art of Time series uses enhanced components that help the user to see time in action. But the design and the beauty of the watches make them stand out as works of art as well as timepieces. These are sporty watches that have an elegance to them that makes them appealing to a wide range of people. The Art of Time series has seen watches go for as much as one million Euros. When people are willing to pay that much for a watch, the watch earns the moniker "The Art of Time".