It's hard to argue with success, especially if you're talking about a pairing between 14-time Grand Slam winner Rafael Nadal and high-end watchmaker Richard Mille. Notable for both its brand ambassador, but also for the fact that this Richard Mille RM27-02 Rafael Nadal Watch is the first time we see a RM watch in quartz, this watch is a guaranteed head-turner. Combining carbon and quartz material, this high-luxury watch continues the relationship with the star Spaniard forged back in 2010 when the tennis player was first known to keep his Mille strapped to his wrist during match play. As with other pieces donning his name, the Richard Mille RM27-02 Rafael Nadal Watch is lightweight, fun, and fresh with some incredible craftsmanship going on inside: a Richard Mille tourbillon that features a manually wound 3HZ movement with a new 3D bridge design mostly in black. Constructed of both carbon and a new quartz filament material commonly seen in high-performance racing, the watch is extremely light and strong and just showcases the time. The case itself is 39.7mm wide and 47.77mm tall and is attached to an bright orange fabric Velcro strap with a Quartz TPT backplate showcasing the movement. Love it or hate it, you can't fault the Richard Mille for pushing the limits on design and innovation in the high-luxury market, but you can decide for yourself after the click. The Richard Mille RM27-02 Rafael Nadal Watch is limited to 50 pieces and is available now for 770,000 Euros (or approx. $850,000).