Thursday, September 29, 2011

Nadal's clock reaches 500,000 euros at auction

The clock that the Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal looks on his wrist, the RM027 Tourbillon, reached the figure of 510,000 euros at auction in Monte Carlo.

The fourth edition of the auction, "Just watch," which was organized at the Hotel Hermitage in Monte Carlo last week, and was attended by Prince Albert, presented this model
Richard Mille created for Nadal and the player wore during the final pass of Monte Carlo Masters 1000, which also won the Spanish David Ferrer.

The final bid for this watch, rated the world's lightest and with a limited edition of 50 pieces, was € 510,000.

The auction was intended to raise funds for research of Duchenne muscular dystrophy (or progressive muscular dystrophy). A total of 40 watches were auctioned getting
a collection of 4,563,000 euros for this cause.


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