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. Each movement is assembled and adjusted during three weeks, before being cased up. The movement comprises 168 parts, including the tourbillon cage. The bridges and bottom plate are created in transparent sapphire crystal. The timepiece offers a 90-hour power reserve.
As for the case of the Corum Golden Tourbillon Panoramique, it is executed in gold or platinum and is Tonneau-shaped. It measures 38 mm*53 mm. It comes with double sapphire crystal and is water resistant to 30 meters.
There are open-work black hands on the dial. It is also possible to choose a model embellished with 225 diamonds with a total weight of 8.40 carats.
The strap of the timepiece is black or brown made of genuine alligator leather with 18kt gold mechanical-fastening triple folding clasp. The strap's width is 21/18mm.
Golden Tourbillon Panoramique from Corum offers a crystal throne to one of the most fascinating watch complications - the perfect mechanism called tourbillon. The complication was invented in the 18th century by one of the most well-known watchmakers in the world, Abraham Louis Breguet.
Today Corum has taken up a new formidable challenge: a Panoramique tourbillon.
The final product represents a sophisticated mixture of 'ingredients': The Golden Bridge, created by designers with new proportions, and a sapphire tourbillon that is the heart of the watch. There is no sense to prove the timepiece's precision and elegance – it is evident.
Corum's combination of a skeleton finish with a minimalist movement makes Corum Golden Tourbillon Panoramique the most amazing timepiece ever created.
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