The watch uses a manual wind caliber that includes a tourbillion. Its call to fame is the G-Sensor
that is located at 12 o’clock.
Able to measure up to 6 Gs, the mechanism has a very interesting resetting mechanism. Situated at the centre of the dial is a pusher that comes out of the dial through a hole in the crystal. Honestly, I not sure what the purpose of such a complication to have on a watch. There are many smart phone applications that can to the same, more accurately and with more detail. I do welcome the rounded case though. This is more preferable to me compared to the boxy shape Richard Mille is more associated with. End.