A 2013 new model, the Richard Mille RM 58-01 World Timer Jean Todt is produced as a limited edition of 35 timepieces and features a hand-wound tourbillon movement with hours and minutes, a power reserve indicator, and a universal 24-hour time display.
The 10-day power reserve is provided by two barrels fitted consecutively and is indicated on a numerical scale at 2 o'clock.
The RM 58-01 makes extremely easy to adjust the time zone. The time is set by simply rotating the bezel anticlockwise. It is sufficient to place the name of the desired city at 12 o’clock to automatically set the local time and read the time in each of the 23 other international cities marked on the 24-hour bezel. The lower disc, divided into 24 hours, shows the time in other cities and indicates whether it is day (white part) or night (black part). The easy setting is possible thanks to the fact that the rotating bezel includes a specific wheel connected to the movement that acts directly on the hours wheel.
The Richard Mille RM 58-01 is not a watch for small wrists with a diameter of 50 mm and a thickness of 15,35 mm.