The first Corum Romvlvs watch entered the world of watchmaking in 1966. It was destined to become the first timepiece to show off a dial lacking hour markers. Instead, its index was engraved on the bezel. In 2008, the Romvlvs collection was joined by two leading complications: a perpetual calendar and a retrograde annual calendar.
The manual-winding tourbillon movement with its sapphire bridges and plate is surrounded by the sparkling of diamonds. The stunning movement is operating at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour.
Offering a 90-hour power reserve, the tourbillon represents an outstanding creation on its own. For ultimate sophistication, the brand’s watchmakers used sapphire crystal, an extremely delicate and brittle material, for the mainplate and the three bridges.
The signature cambered white gold case of the new Corum watch is a true work of art. It is paved with 164 diamonds, enhancing the precious nature of the timepiece. Maintaining the distinctive aesthetical codes of the collections, the bezel demonstrates the Roman Numerals created from 44 baguette diamonds with help of the invisible diamond setting technique.
The Corum Romvlvs Billionaire Tourbillon watch is 30-meter water-resistant. It is presented on a black leather strap. The remarkable watch is limited to just 5 pieces.
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