In 2007 Ralph Lauren and Richemont created The Polo Ralph Lauren Watch and Jewellery Company, a joint venture created to design and manufacture luxury watches and fine jewellery. The Richemont Group controls a number of luxury watch brands, including IWC, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Officine Panerai and Cartier. The partnership gave Ralph Lauren instant access to generations of craftsmanship and some of the finest movements available. These advantages are obvious in the new Ralph Lauren Sporting Chronograph Black Ceramic watch. The silky matte exterior is made from zircon ceramics, a material typically used in jet engine components. The nearly scratch-proof ceramic case and bracelet are as light weight as they are comfortable. The watch features a vivid red or gold rubber racing stripe running the length of the link bracelet.

The limited edition chronograph has a 44.5mm case with an AR-coated sapphire crystal that is water-resistant to 50 meters. The RL750 caliber self-winding movement powering the Sporting Chronograph was designed by Jaeger-LeCoultre for Ralph Lauren.

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