is pleased to unveil its new Admiral’s Cup AC-One 45 Regatta watch
. Having long partnered with the most prestigious regattas and sailors, including Loick Peyron and Ben Ainslie, the brand has now developed a caliber that provided a countdown function with a chronograph.
The new Corum watch has maintained all the classic features of the iconic Admiral’s Cup collection born in 1960.
The novelty is animated by a new automatic movement
- Caliber CO 040
, operating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and offering a 48-hour power-reserve. Its jumping countdown function can be adjusted from 0 to 10 minutes. Its numerical aperture display guarantees perfect readability. Its chronograph allows to time up to 12 hours of racing.
Prior to the first regatta signal, the watch owner programs the countdown function
with help of the crown to the number of minutes according to the regatta standards at between 0 and 10 minutes, and then presses the pushbutton to make it run. If it is set to 10 minutes, the transition to 9 in the aperture pointed to by the red arrow is performed via a jump after 60 seconds. Then, the minutes left are marked off down to 0, and the final gun is fired signaling the start of the race. Using the regatta countdown function of the watch its wearer can set it incrementally to any given minute between the first and last sound signal before the race starts.
The extremely accurate chronograph
is presented via a red central sweep-seconds hand and 30-minute and 12-hour counters positioned at 12 and 6 o’clock respectively. It continues running to count off up to 12 hours of racing.
The case, 45 mm in diameter, is rendered in grade 5 titanium
and reflects the signature identity codes of the collection - an iconic 12-sided bezel and the inner bezel ring bearing the nautical pennants.
The case demonstrates alternating polished and satin-brushed finishes. There are black PVD-coated inserts embedded between the middle of the case and back and between the bezel and the middle of the case. The case-construction is 300-meter water-resistant
. It is built with a transparent sapphire crystal case-back that allows to admire the beauty of Caliber CO 040 and its black PVD-coated oscillating weight.
The black dial
is completed with hour-markers and hands provided with light-colored Superluminova. The glance is caught by extremely sporty red accents.
The new Corum Admiral’s Cup AC-One 45 Regatta watch
is teamed with a titanium grade 5 bracelet or a crocodile leather strap equipped with a folding clasp.
The new Corum Admiral's Cup is created in deep black and luminescent blue. You will not see the bright colors of the nautical pennants featured by other watches of the line. read more
The resolutely masculine Corum watch features tight lines, being cloaked in intense black color The Admiral's Cup signature 12-sided case is crafted from titanium, the material characterized by remarkable lightness and hardness. The titanium 48-mm-in-diameter case is covered with black PVD. read more
Corum’s iconic Bridges collection
welcomes a newcomer - the Ti-Bridge Automatic Dual Winder watch
. Reflecting the collection’s linear construction, the novelty is equipped with the automatic CO 207 caliber
that boasts an innovative Dual Winder system, deriving its energy from two interconnected inline oscillating weights. The movement was designed, developed and patented in-house by the brand.
The Ti-Bridge Automatic Dual Winder watch is the first automatic timepiece to join the Ti-Bridge line. Its creators have maintained the horizontal linearity of both the case and the movement - the fundamental principles of the collection.
For the first automatic caliber within the Ti-Bridge line the Corum watchmakers decided to develop an inline winding system
. The patented Dual Winder system incorporates two inline-mounted circular oscillating weights, interconnected with help of a transmission arbor
to make them move in parallel. Three integrated stacked mechanisms found at 9 o’clock include a ball bearing device and two unidirectional ball bearings clutches. They are crafted in ceramics, implying they need no lubrication and make the winding efficient in both directions of the oscillating weights’ rotations.
The oscillating weights are topped by two steel disks. Two tungsten semi-cylinders, weighing 1.32 grams, provide smooth winding. The barrel, positioned at 3 o’clock, is responsible for storing up the movement’s 72-hour power reserve
The movement is held in the case center by four titanium cross-bars, producing an impression of a suspended mechanism.
The generously sized case
(42 x 52 mm) demonstrates the collection’s signature tonneau shape. The case, fashioned in grade 5 titanium, has become slimmer if compared to the previous models. It reveals a broad front opening that allows to drop a glance at the movement beating inside. The rectangular rear aperture reveals the rotating mechanism with its two inline oscillating weights.
The case-construction is 30-meter water-resistant
. The face is shielded by a domed sapphire crystal.
The new Corum Ti-Bridge Automatic Dual Winder watch
has been created in a limited edition of 200 pieces
. It is teamed with a rubber-type leather strap or a grade 5 titanium bracelet.
There is also another version of the timepiece presented in a 5N 18K red gold and limited to just 25 pieces
is proud to present its new Chargé d’Affaires watch
. The novelty pays tribute to the initial Chargé d’Affaires model born in 1956 and featured in the very first catalog of the brand. It joins the Corum Heritage collection
, among other historical models of the brand, belonging to its rich legacy, including the Golden Tube and the Chinese Hat introduced in 2010.
The new Corum alarm watch will be highly appreciated by devotees of mechanics and those fascinated by the heritage from the past. The novelty has maintained the aesthetic codes of the first 1956 model. Moreover, the watch is animated by a truly exceptional movement – the mechanical hand-wound Caliber CO 286
- the same caliber that once powered the original Chargé d’Affaires watch.
The Corum watchmakers have entirely restored the mechanism with help of vintage tools and techniques. They made it correspond to the current quality and finishing standards. Operating at a frequency of 18,000 vph, the movement provides a 46-hour power reserve
. It is constructed with two barrels, each with its personal winding crown – the first to be used for controlling the hands, and the second for the alarm.
pleases the world of exclusive watchmaking by its new Golden Bridge Tourbillon Panoramique watch
. The novelty paralyzes the glance by Manufacture Corum Caliber CO100
that boasts 360° visibility and seems to be suspended weightless at the center of the case with help of a sapphire mainplate and bridges.
The delicately open-worked baguette-type movement
incorporates a “flying” tourbillon
that is “levitating” above the movement, with its toothed wheels and gears, as though inspired by snowflakes.
The hand-wound Caliber CO100
, housed within an extremely elegant tonneau-shaped case
, demonstrates sapphire mainplate and bridges that form a transparent hand-polished framework offering amazing 360° visibility.
unveils a new timepiece devoted to the charismatic brand ambassador Didier Cuche
– the Admiral’s Cup 44 Chrono Centro Didier Cuche watch
. The new lady’s watch demonstrates a portrait of the ski champion, presently retired from competition.
The novelty follows the men’s model in the mini-collection paying tribute to one of the greatest skiers of all time. It is a limited edition of just 20 pieces
The partnership between the ski legend and the watchmaking brand was born due to the values shared by them - thirst for perfection and decidedly Swiss identity. Didier Cuche officially retired from competition at the end of the 2011-2012 season, but his cooperation with Corum successfully continues.
The new Corum watch has joined a maritime world established on the past and looking firmly to the future. The timepiece proudly demonstrates the brand's distinctive twelve-sided case, 44 mm in diameter, crafted in red gold. read more
unveils its new Admiral’s Cup Legend 42 watch
. It is created in a limited edition of 400 pieces
. The novelty pays tribute to the historical model born in 1983.
The first Admiral’s Cup watch joined the world of watchmaking in 1960. It was highly acclaimed as a reliable water-resistant sports model. In 1983, Corum introduced a new Admiral’s Cup model that stood out by its twelve-sided case and the twelve nautical pennants from the maritime international code of signals - they substituted the hour-markers. These features have become the identity codes of the collection and the model enjoyed great success.
The new Corum watch demonstrates the vintage “gunmetal blue” shade
that characterized the 1983 model. It is to join the brand’s Legend line initially presented in 2011 and appreciated for its classic elegance.
The Corum Admiral’s Cup collection
, born in 1960 and inspired by the maritime world, is joined by two new members - the Admiral’s Cup Legend 42 and the Admiral’s Cup Legend 38 watches.
The new Corum watches stand out due to their understated and elegant style. They are smaller in sizes in comparison to other members of the collection. The Corum watchmakers have redesigned the case – it has acquired more powerfully curved and rounded lugs. The transparent sapphire crystal case-back allows to drop a glance at the inner mechanism.
The Corum Admiral’s Cup Legend 38 watch
is the first feminine member of the collection that boasts a mechanical automatic movement
- Caliber CO 082. The oscillating weight is embellished with the Corum logo. Oscillating at a rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour, the movement offers a 42-hour power reserve. Besides conventional hours and minutes, it animated the date function presented at 3 o’clock on a refined dial.
The exquisite nature of the new Corum timekeeping creation implies the limited edition of just 25 pieces. The Romvlvs Perpetual Calendar is equipped with an exclusive mechanism - CO-183 automatic movement, fully open-worked and decorated by hand. read more
Acting as an official partner of the CORUM Grand Prix and the Okalys-CORUM team, Corum
is pleased to unveil an official Grand Prix 2010 watch demonstrating the Okalys-Corum team colors.
The heart of the Admiral’s Cup Chronograph 48 Grand Prix watch
is an automatic-winding mechanical chronograph movement
- caliber CO753. The precision of the 27-jewel movement is guaranteed by the COSC-chronometer certification. Beating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, the movement provides a 42-hour power reserve. The winding rotor is engraved with the brand’s name.
The Corum signature 12-sided case
, 48 mm in diameter, is rendered in titanium, the material highly appreciated for its lightness and hardness. The case incorporates locking pushbuttons, being part of the brand’s exclusive lockout system. The crown made is decorated with the Corum key engraving. read more
Corum intriduced its iconic Admiral's Cup collection almost 50 years. The famous watch has been presented as a trophy to the Admiral's Cup winners. Corum has created Admiral’s Cup Competition 40 for women. The new timepiece is imbued with an aura of sporting elegance.
Audemars Piguet has chosen mother-of-pearl for the dial of the new ladiy's watch. The natural material with its shimmering reflections comes from the very oceans depths.
The Competition 40 houses a self-winding CO-082 movement offering a 42-hour power reserve. The screw-down back is adorned the Admiral’s Cup trophy reproduction. 18K red gold Arabic numerals, coated with a luminescent substance, mark off five-minute intervals read more
To celebrate its two-year partnership with the Bol d’Or Mirabaud
, the world’s largest closed-water regatta, the house of Corum
has released the new Admiral’s Cup Seafender 48 Chrono Bol d’Or Mirabaud watch
The new Corum watch is proposed with a blue PVD-treated titanium case
. It measures 48 mm in diameter
. The model catches the eye with its twelve-sided bezel. Moreover, it is equipped with an exclusive push-piece locking system. The exhibition case-back is struck with the Bol d’Or Mirabaud 2011 logo
The timepiece is powered by a self-winding CO960 chronograph movement
, certified as a chronometer by the COSC. Paved with 27 jewels, it operates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and supplies a 48-hour power reserve
A massive hit with ardent watch lovers and collectors, the superb Golden Bridge watch
is expected to be joined by a new alluring interpretation, reserved especially for women. Bestowed with the appropriate name of "Miss Golden Bridge
", the new Corum watch is characterized by inimitable elegance and flawless craftsmanship, the features inherent to the brand’s conventional design.
Setting the lady’s watch apart from its famous predecessor is its particularly slim tonneau-shaped 18K gold case
, smaller in size. The watch case is armed with sapphire crystals not only on its front and back, but also on the sides in order to provide a stunning panoramic vision of the acclaimed Corum baton caliber, beating at the heart of the watch.
Since the countless interpretations of the Corum Bridge watch have always been hugely popular with ladies, it is absolutely predictable that the new Corum lady’s watch will appeal even to wider audience. The timepiece will be presented at Baselworld 2010. read more
The Admiral’s Cup collection
welcomes a newcomer – the Admiral’s Cup Challenger 48 Day & Night watch
. The timepiece, sporty yet elegant, light yet sturdy, having maintained the signature codes of the collection, is created as a fine timekeeping companion for both businessmen and adventurers.
The 48mm case
of the new Corum watch is rendered in grade 5 titanium. It is 300-meter water-resistant
and coupled with a rubber-look black leather strap fitted with a grade 5 titanium pin buckle engraved with the Corum logo.
, embellished with a Côtes de Genève finish, offers supreme legibility. The time is featured by dauphine-type openworked hour and minute hands, with the tips coated with a luminescent substance. The seconds hand is tipped with the signature Corum key. The date window is found at 3 o’clock.
Since 1955, Corum
has created some amazing timepieces that highlighted the history of watchmaking, including such horological classics as the Romvlvs
and the Admiral’s Cup
, and a true icon - the Golden Bridge
. The brand has also introduced some exclusive feminine models.
This year, Corum re-issues three remarkable watches in a limited series. The first timepiece is the Corum Golden Tube watch
, dating back to 1957. It is a perfect embodiment of the distinctive style of the 1950s. The simple and geometrical design of the watch makes one feel its supremely graceful elegance.
The Golden Tube watch actually represents a 31 mm-long, 14.5 mm-in-diameter tube to be worn like a cuff-watch. It freely slides along the strap and can be wrapped around the lady’s wrist like a lucky charm. The polished gold case
of the watch demonstrates gem-set lines that make up diamond gadroons. The sides of the case are also embellished with concentric lines of gems. The lady’s watch sparkles with a total of 342 diamonds
. At 12 o’clock, the case features a fluted crown with a white mother-of-pearl cabochon.
New Corum chronograph model has joined the brand's legendary Romvlvs line that inherited its name from ROMVLVS, founder and first ruler of Rome. The initial Corum Romvlvs watch was launched in 1966. It was the first timepiece to feature the hour numerals on the bezel instead of the dial.
New Corum Romvlvs Chronograph is equipped with self-winding column-wheel chronograph movement, a COSC- certified chronometer.
The 44mm stainless steel case of the Corum watch has incorporated the renowned 'wave-profile' bezel that required extremely complex, delicate and accurate machining. The relief and motif of the Roman numerals on the bezel are absolutely precise and perfectly finished. read more
The Corum legendary Admiral's Cup sports watch collection has been joined by two new timepieces - the Corum Admiral's Cup Challenge 44 Black & Gold
. The chronographs provide 100-meter water-resistance.
The collection’s distinctive dodecahedral case measures 44 mm in diameter. It incorporates the bezel and crown sculptured in 18K red gold. The case itself is crafted from steel featuring black or gray PVD-coating.
The Corum watch will be available in limited editions of 188 pieces with black PVD and 128 pieces with gray PVD.
The dial of the new Corum Admiral's Cup watches is created in black or dark gray. It features red gold appliques for the chronograph counters and faceted hour markers. The time is shown by red gold faceted hands coated with luminescent material for great visibility under reduced light conditions. read more
The movement of the watch is mechanical hand-wound Corum 382 based upon LaJoux Perret 7951. The mechanism is beating at 21,600 vibrations per hour. read more