A visit to Harrods offers a watch experience like no other, making it a London landmark for watch lovers from around the world. It is where you can find the best of the best, and the Fine Watch Room is no exception. It is for this reason that Richard Mille watches, which have redefined the look of luxury timepieces, have been a presence here since 2011.
At this new store concept you will find a rich mix of Richard Mille watches, which will keep you engrossed as you sink into the black leather sofas, sheltered from the neighbouring Ladurée café by shattered, glass-effect screens.
The staff will be happy to show you classics such as the iconic tonneau-shaped RM 027 with its instantly recognisable sandwich-type construction. In the showcases inside the roomy salon, you can spend time analysing the mind-boggling complexity of the RM 011 Yellow Flash or Black Night. Both of these Richard Mille watches are made of NTPT carbon - a material distinctive for its graining, lightness and resilience - and have been spotted on the wrists of F1 drivers Romain Grosjean and Felipe Massa. For those seeking a new look from Richard Mille, the RM 07-01 now comes with an open link bracelet, and Harrods is one of the first places to see it.
If you are on the hunt for a limited edition Richard Mille watch then Harrods offers several options, including the women’s Polo Club Saint-Tropez ceramic ATZ and titanium model, and the RM 029 men’s watches made of black ceramic and NTPT carbon, which can be worn with confidence while whacking a polo ball.
And as this is Harrods, the Alcazar women’s jewellery watch is right at home with its high-carat sparkle fused with cutting-edge technology. The Panda Tourbillon, meanwhile, sums up the coming together of Harrods and Richard Mille, whereby a watch with cutting-edge technology is used to accommodate a cute little diamond panda and his bamboo, all for the sake of whimsy, delight and precision.