Richard Mille is firmly established as the haute horologist for high-tech, high-spec watches. Since 2001, the Swiss watchmaker has been pushing the boundaries of innovation in movement and design, and the new Richard Mille RM 032 automatic chronograph diver's watch is no exception. This red gold model, with a large, round 50mm case, has the iconic Richard Mille skeletonised dial. The RM 032 model has a pioneering flyback chronograph that provides increased accuracy when resetting the timer. As well as the chronograph, the dial also displays an annual calendar and a running indicator. As an ISO6425 diver's watch, the bezel is unidirectional, and the first 15 minutes on the minute track are highlighted in red to ensure ultimate visibility. The crown and pushers have a unique, patent-pending locking system that guarantees accuracy underwater and increases water resistance to 300m. Visible through the sapphire case back is the new Calibre RMAC2, with a maximum 50-hour power reserve and an innovative free-sprung balance providing greater reliability when subjected to shock and stress.